Conservation Success Stories

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A look at the stories of some of the people behind our protected properties

Steils

Sara and Richard Steil

After more than 50 years immersed in the hustle and bustle of the lower mainland, Sara and Richard Steil now enjoy a quieter life surrounded by natural habitat they protected with a conservation covenant.
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Roses

Bob and Fran Rose

After lovingly restoring the Garry oak meadow on their land, Bob and Fran Rose made a commitment to native species residing there, permanently protecting the habitat with a conservation covenant.
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Briony and Caroline Penn

After protecting their property with a conservation covenant in 2008, sisters Briony and Caroline Penn have made the restoration of their Garry oak outcrop a family affair. 
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The Kikuchi Family

Arthur Kikuchi honoured his parents and his family's future generations by using his inheritance to purchase and protect a wetland and forest on North Pender Island.
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Conservation Success Stories: The Kikuchis and Frog Song Forest

Arthur Kikuchi honoured his parents and his family's future generations by using his inheritance to purchase and protect a wetland and forest on North Pender Island.

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Page last updated: 02/08/16
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