WHAT WE’RE UP TO
Excitement builds in campaign to protect an evergreen spring-fed sanctuary for salmon and endangered species on Vancouver Island
Crowd funding campaign launches for conservation of Comox Valley mecca for fish and wildlife, including a species found nowhere else on Earth. November 15, 2022, Courtenay, B.C. Janet Gemmell remembers the day almost two decades ago when she and husband Jim Palmer saw their young daughter Carly discover a rare
CTV News highlights Morrison Headwaters project
CVLT Director, David Stapley, and Morrison Streamkeepers president, Jan Gemmell, took the CTV crew on a look-see through Morrison Creek Headwaters to share the fundraising campaign in a very hands-on way. https://vancouverisland.ctvnews.ca/unique-fish-found-only-on-vancouver-island-under-threat-conservationists-say-1.6155683
Triple your donation this month with matching funding from Lucas Stiefvater and ECCC
Lucas Stiefvater is celebrating 50 years in Canada and giving back to the Comox Valley community including CVLT's Land Securement Fund.
CONTRACT OPPORTUNITY – Conservation Compliance Monitor
CVLT and the Nature Trust of BC (NTBC) are jointly hiring a covenant monitor for work in the Comox Valley and northern sunshine coast region. CONTRACT POSITION: Conservation Compliance Monitor – Comox Valley Land Trust and The Nature Trust of British Columbia TERM: Upon candidate selection - March 31, 2023.
July 2 Walk in Lower Perseverance Creek
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.
Announcing the winners of the 2022 Comox Valley Land Trust photography contest
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,
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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.