We protect land. We’ve helped protect over 5,000 acres on Salt Spring, either directly or in partnership with other groups. As well, the Conservancy has contributed well over $9 million to the Salt Spring Island economy during its 23 years in operation.
We manage 8 nature reserves which have over 11 kilometres of trails.
We hold 17 conservation covenants that protect 798 acres of ecologically valuable lands.
We helphundreds of private landowners protect their property.
We engage over 700 students each year in day-long nature-based learning programs.
We have restored wetlands and streambanks at several of our nature reserves.
We survey and monitor Species at Risk.
We present many public presentation on natural history subjects.