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Invaluable Conservation Experience
Our Conservation Youth Crews completed another successful summer. They worked on over 75 Nature Trust properties across the province. They removed invasive plants, restored habitat, posted signs and connected with the community. Through this program not only do young people get the chance to learn practical skills for future employment but we hope to inspire a lifelong interest in caring for habitat and wildlife.

Congratulations to Simon Ferguson for receiving the 2019 Jim Walker Conservation Crew Member Award for leadership and excellence on the job.

“The Nature Trust’s commitment to conservation is a benefit to all residents and visitors to BC, and will be for generations to come.”
- Simon Ferguson, Vancouver Island crew

“I helped host a bat education and box building workshop for the community on one of The Nature Trust’s new properties. With the help of a bat biologist and the local rod and gun club, we debunked bat myths and taught the public about the importance of bats.”
- Amelia Bonenfant, Kootenay crew

“I really enjoyed helping out with the research on rattlesnakes at White Lake. I’ve always loved snakes since I was little and this type of research is something that I would be interested in doing in the future.”
- Sophia Reimer, Okanagan crew
If you would like to help sponsor the Conservation Youth Crew program which benefits young people as well as critical habitat for wildlife, contact Deb Kennedy
Fall Gala Live Auction
Join us for our Fall Gala on October 2 and you can bid on an amazing selection of live auction items. If you can’t attend but would like to provide an absentee bid, contact Robin Rivers .

Thanks to our Gala sponsors and donors for supporting this event and helping us raise funds to protect habitat for vulnerable species in BC.

Have you got your tickets? Tickets are $250 a person, table of 10 is $2,500 and special sponsored tables are available: Gold at $4,000 and Sapphire at $6,500. Contact us to reserve your spot.
Thanks to Filson

Kudos to Filson in Vancouver for hosting an event so we could introduce ourselves to their customers and talk about our conservation projects in BC.
The store features a great collection of outdoor clothing and gear. Here our Director of Conservation Land Management, Jason Emery, is ready to meet and greet.
Essence of Earth Exhibit

Drop by to see outstanding nature images by young photographer Liron Gertsman at the Jewish Community Center’s Zack Gallery at 950 West 41st Avenue in Vancouver until September 22.
Partial proceeds from this show will go to The Nature Trust of BC to support land conservation.
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