ABOUT THE COMOX VALLEY LAND TRUST

The Comox Valley Land Trust is a community-based, not-for-profit organization that works to protect, conserve, and restore the ecologically significant land, waters, and wildlife habitat of the Comox Valley region. The Comox Valley Land Trust operates three programs: the Comox Valley Conservation Partnership (CVCP) program, the Land Protection Program and a Science & Research program.

Protecting the natural environment in the Comox Valley is critical to sustaining fish and wildlife populations, preserving the rural character and viewscapes that define our communities, and is the best way to build a healthy, vibrant and economically viable society that is resilient to the effects of climate change.

We’re working to protect and conserve these ecologically sensitive areas. We are passionate and driven industry leaders who work collaboratively with the community, local governments, individuals, landowners, and other stewardship organizations. Do you have land you want to protect in perpetuity? Contact us! 

We are members of the Land Trust Alliance of BC and adhere to the Canadian Land Trust Alliance’s standards and practices. Since our creation in 1999, we have been certified by the Province of British Columbia to hold conservation covenants.

We are a registered charitable organization; our registration number is 872590278 RR 0001.

CVLT History

The Comox Valley Land Trust was created in 1999 by a group of citizens concerned about the region’s rapidly disappearing natural areas. 

CVLT Publications

2020/2021 Annual Report

June 2021 CVLT Newsletter

March 2021 CVLT Newsletter

December 2020 CVLT Newsletter

2019/2020 Annual Report

HELP US PRESERVE THE BEAUTY OF THE COMOX VALLEY

Since our formation in 1999, the Comox Valley Land Trust has protected and conserved almost 300 hectares of ecologically significant land and wildlife habitat. This success is thanks to the vision and generosity of our donors and partners. Your donation to CVLT goes directly to acquiring and protecting the natural wealth of the Comox Valley.

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