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Rare Forest on Lasqueti Island Permanently Protected
Conservation covenant safeguards John Osland Nature Reserve’s coastal Douglas-fir trees
Lower Burchell Hill Nature Reserve - Double your donation!
Until June 1 a generous donor will match all donations (up to $50K) to help create the first nature reserve on Thetis Island!
Eelgrass Mapping Complete!
Comprehensive maps of eelgrass beds in the Gulf and Howe Sound Islands now available
Read The Heron Today!
The Winter 2014-2015 issue of our newsletter, The Heron, is now available. Read inspiring stories about islanders making conservation happen and the ways we're working in your communities to protect the land you love
Islander reduces property taxes by protecting Coastal Douglas-fir forest
Salt Spring Island now has 45 hectares of land protected by NAPTEP covenants
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