Projects like Raincoast’s Pender Islands Big Tree Registry (PIBTR) have been initiated in an effort to safeguard big trees and biological diversity in this region.
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.
We asked one property owner to share her experience with the Big Tree Registry.
The Coastal Douglas-fir (CDF) bio-geoclimatic zone is the smallest and most endangered of 16 such zones in British Columbia. According to BC’s Conservation Data Centre, nearly every ecological community in the CDF is provincially listed as threatened or endangered. The Gulf Islands represent 33.2% of CDF forests and associated habitats, and are the Traditional Territories…
Mere days into our 18-month fundraising campaign, a $75,000 matching gift has been pledged.
Working on Achiever gave the Reef Net crew the chance to learn about land restoration, and provided us with get hands-on experience removing invasive plants from QENENIW̱