Field notes from a group of youth learning about restoration and conservation on Pender Island.
You can find Raincoast at the Moss Street Market on Saturday, August 6th from 10am-2pm and at the Esquimalt Farmers Market on Thursday, August 18th from 4:30-7:30pm.
Altogether, we have raised a total of $571,222.69 since we announced our intention to purchase and protect KELÁ_EKE Kingfisher Forest.
With just seven days left in our matching campaign, Islands Trust Conservancy (ITC) has announced a contribution of $5,000 from their Opportunity Fund to help us reach our final goal.
Between now and June 8th, a limited amount of the following gifts will be available to those who make donations.
Our familiar belted kingfisher, in comparison, is part of the subfamily of “fishing kingfishers” (Subfamily Alcedininae), which inhabit streams, ponds, lakes, and marine shores and feed mostly on fish, amphibians, and aquatic invertebrates.
Small local businesses and entrepreneurs have been significant supporters.
we are seeking public input to inform the management and restoration plan for this property as a first step in developing the stewardship ethos that will govern this forest for generations.
To help us reach this ambitious goal, we are extending the deadline of the campaign to June 8th, 2022, World Ocean Day and the first day of the Year of the Salish Sea.
The purchase and permanent protection of this property is an ambitious undertaking by Raincoast and our partners at the Pender Islands Conservancy Association. We must raise $2.1 million. In pursuit of this goal, today we released our campaign video to introduce our community to KELÁ_EKE Kingfisher Forest with an announcement: between now and Earth Day,…
Briony Penn is well known in BC for her tireless devotion to protecting endangered species and sensitive ecosystems in British Columbia.
With the ongoing support of our community of supporters, protecting this land in perpetuity will become a reality.