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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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The Galiano Conservancy Bursary Fund

Helping Underserved Children and Youth The Bursary Fund is used to help children and youth groups with travel and program fees who could not otherwise afford to come to Galiano Island. Bursaries are used by various school and youth groups. Exceptional experiences in nature for those who need it the most.  Our education programs provide […]

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Caring for Your Land

“A thing is right when it tends to preserve the integrity, stability and beauty of the biotic community. It is wrong when it tends otherwise.” Aldo Leopold’s famous quote from his book A Sand County Almanac was written over 50 years ago and embodies the fundamental concept of caring for your land. The Galiano Conservancy […]

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Restoring an Island’s Ecology

“Ecological restoration is the process of assisting the recovery of an ecosystem that has been degraded, damaged, or destroyed.” The Society for Ecological Restoration International Science & Policy Working Group. 2002. Galiano Island lies in the heart of the Salish Sea and the Coastal Douglas-fir zone. This region is unique due to its natural ocean […]

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Meconella Update

Following our early spring 2014 sighting of a single white meconella, or Meconella oregana, plant having potentially grown from the seeds we planted last year, we sprung into action and moved ahead to try a second year at reintroducing the species to Mt. Sutil’s mossy sun-soaked cliffs. We subsequently went up in mid-May and early […]

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