Lucas Stiefvater is celebrating 50 years in Canada and giving back to the Comox Valley community including CVLT's Land Securement Fund.
The Comox Valley Land Trust invites you on a guided walk in the Lower Perseverance Creek. The walk is being co-hosted with the Cumberland Community Forest Society (CCFS) to celebrate the success of our two groups working together to protect this latest addition to the Cumberland Forest.
At long last we are ready to share our photo contest results! Our judges were inspired by the many entries, saying they felt motivated to capture more images of our beautiful valley. It was difficult for them to choose only three from their long list of favourites! After much deliberation, our top choice featured a
In Land We Trust This past year I came face to face with the devastating impacts of climate change. In June I celebrated my daughter’s wedding in Lytton during a record-breaking heatwave. Ten days later the town burnt to the ground, and they lost their apartment and all its contents. Five months later, on Sunday,
A walk in the woods will never be the same after watching the film, The Hidden Life of Trees (83 min). Co-presented by World Community and the Comox Valley Land Trust at the Stan Hagen Theatre, North Island College, Courtenay on Friday November 19 at 7 pm, the film is full of lovely images, macro
(Comox Valley; September 2, 2021) The Comox Valley Land Trust (CVLT) is launching its first annual Soil Your Undies campaign. Valley residents are invited to take part by burying their cotton underwear in three- to six-inch-deep soil and then digging it up in 60 days. The more your underwear disintegrates, the healthier your soil. Healthy