Together with our community, we dig deeper into our story and engage in discovery.
Engaging your imagination and inspiring your curiosity.
Science & History: Our research and stories are our strengths.
Community: Strong relationships are built on respect and trust.
Tenacity: Excellent work requires perseverance and courage.
Ethics: We conduct our work with integrity, authenticity, and accuracy.
Imagination: Our passion and curiosity are contagious, evoking child-like wonder.
The Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation is a not for profit society and registered charity.
Many organizations and individuals have recognized the importance of the Tumbler Ridge Museum project. The District of Tumbler Ridge has provided generous annual funding, matched in recent years by funding from the Peace River Regional District. The Dalglish Family Foundation has repeatedly provided major funding support, which has helped keep the museum dream alive. In 2018 the Dalglish Family Foundation, LaPrairie Crane, the Tumbler Ridge Lions Club, Meikle Wind and donors at the 3D Medical Conference all provided substantial contributions which allowed the Tumbler Ridge Museum to continue to thrive.
The Wolverine Nordic Mountain Society has been a long-time partner of the Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation: you can see their tireless efforts on our Dinosaur Trackway Tours! Visit www.wnms.ca to plan your hiking adventures during your visit!
The Tumbler Ridge UNESCO Global Geopark received its official designation in 2014. With glaciated Rocky Mountain peaks and 75 million year-old tyrannosaurid trackways, the Geopark is an outdoor adventure lovers’ paradise surrounding the community of Tumbler Ridge, BC tumblerridgegeopark.ca
The Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation 2021 AGM was held on October 26. The new board and executive are enjoying advancing museum projects and serving the members of the TRMF and the community of Tumbler Ridge for the 2021/22 year.
Dr Charles Helm and Dr Peter Sherrington serve as scientific advisors.