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The Land Trust Alliance of BC is dedicated to the stewardship and conservation of our natural and cultural heritage through support of land trusts, conservancies and others. We provide education, research, communications and financial services.
TD Friends of the Environment Foundation funds endangered species, environmental education programs, environmental research. Next deadline July 15. Visit here.
MEC Grassroots Product Donations enable groups to raise funds or reward volunteers through product donations or gift cards. Visit here.
Use Giveffect to create an online fundraising campaign. Visit here.
LTABC is now accepting applications for Directors of the Board. Board members serve a 2 year term. Meetings are held quarterly in Victoria. Please link to our blog for more information here.
Vote for us! LTABC has been nominated for a 2014 Social Media Award! Recognized as Canada’s leading awards for social media, we are encouraging you to vote and support our nomination. You simply click here and then vote, you do not have to register! One vote per 24 hours per IP/organization address until midnight April 9th. Vote today and tomorrow and tomorrow...Read the details on our blog.
Thank you to renewing members: Central Okanagan Land Trust, Ruby Lake Lagoon Nature Reserve Society, Native Plant Society of BC, C. Hall, W. Innes
If your organization would like to become a member, we have an attractive commercial insurance package - call for more details.
NCC has acquired 1836 acres of grassland called South Block, near Osoyoos. It is home to Burrowing Owl and Lewis' Woodpecker. The property is connected to the Sage and Sparrow Conservation Area. Read about this significant purchase here.
The Islands Trust is accepting nominations for the Community Stewardship Awards Program. Deadline is April 16. Read about it here.
After years of negotiation, waterfront land on Quadra Island to become provincial park. Read the story here.
Draft Action Plan for Northern and Southern Resident Killer Whales is open for comments until April 16. Read more here.
The Association of Denman Island Marine Stewards is asking the public to submit input on the Draft Integrated Geoduck Management Framework Plan by April 19. Read more here.
CRD Naturalists lead guided walks, hikes and drop-in events. See the calendar here. Red Breasted Sapsucker by Andrew Reding.