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Care For Your Property
The following are a selection of stewardship tips stemming from our “Ecologically Conscious Neighbours” Stewardship program: Learn to identify and control invasive exotic species such as Scotch broom, Himalayan blackberry, evergreen blackberry...

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Sponsor a School Group
For many of the participants who would benefit from bursaries, natural areas and environmental education are out of reach. The purpose of the bursary fund it to make these places and experiences accessible...

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Amazing School Programs
Take your students on a journey of discovery, creating ecological awareness and encouraging a deep caring for the places we all inhabit.

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Stewardship Consultations

Do you own property on Galiano or another Southern Gulf Island? Are you wondering: How to care for your land? What kinds of plants and ecosystem types you have on your property? Where you maybe should or should not develop? What kinds of native plants you could incorporate into your gardening? Contact Keith, our Conservation […]

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Map Your Property

Galiano Conservancy Association has the capacity to create and print detailed, large scale GIS maps. Our primary focus has been to map important ecological and social data for Galiano Island. In addition to our own projects, the Galiano Conservancy has produced mapping information for a variety of individuals and non-profit groups in our community. If […]

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Planting a Seed of Hope – the T. Nile Project

“Planting a seed of hope so that life is meaningful.” Florence James, Penelakut Elder T. Nile was a top 20 finalist in the 2012 PEAK Performance Project – a radio bootcamp challenge run by Vancouver’s “World Class Rock” station, The PEAK. “Running”, her new single, is available as a free download with an option to […]

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Interning at the Galiano Conservancy

Ever wondered what it’s like to journey from afar to work on Galiano Island? One of our interns, Frieda Weinert from Germany, has written an article about it and published it in Island Tides. “With the mentoring of Keith, it was possible to experience the work as an ecologist. Having these unique, hands-on experiences is why […]

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