TLC The Land Conservancy

TLC The Land Conservancy of British Columbia

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TLC is a non-profit, charitable Land Trust working throughout British Columbia to protect important habitat for plants, animals and natural communities.

1. We work to PROTECT special areas to keep them safe from development.
2. We work to RESTORE important ecosystems back to their natural state.
3. We work to SHARE knowledge to foster informed and engaged communities.

TLC envisions a future where the biological diversity of BC, including areas of scientific, historical, cultural, scenic and compatible outdoor recreational value, are protected for the benefit of current and future generations.

To protect and restore the biological diversity of British Columbia for present and future generations through action and education.

  • Community
  • Education
  • Learning
  • Standard of Living

Summer 2018:Monitoring Conservation Lands with volunteers

“Over the summer, we met volunteers from numerous fields;  biologists, psychologists, lawyers, hospitality professionals, biochemists, environmentalists, and anthropologists – all joined together with a common appreciation for and desire to protect the world around us. Every individual person has a different reason to come out into the field on a summer day to wander around in the woods. The variety of experiences, motivations, and knowledges in this community makes our conservation work stronger and more successful.”

Link to full story:  http://conservancy.bc.ca/2018/08/summer-2018-volunteer-covenant-monitoring/

Wildlife Corridor in the Clear!

“In March we acquired an 11.2 hectare property that extends a sensitive wetland and launched a fundraising campaign to protect a further 4 hectares of wildlife corridor for migratory mammals in Clearwater. Thanks to the enthusiastic support of TLC members and donors, I am happy to report that we have reached our goal! TLC now protects a combined 46 hectares of wetland, forest and meadow corridor in the Clearwater River Valley.

“Working closely with lichenologist Trevor Goward, TLC founder and naturalist Briony Penn, and Lyn Baldwin and Nancy Flood of Thompson Rivers University (TRU), TLC is now working to establish a nature mentoring program on our lands. TRU owns an adjacent property that features a refurbished schoolhouse, cookhouse, and rustic camping site. Utilizing these facilities, TLC will be launching a new educational program starting next summer.”

Link to full story: Read more from Executive Director Cathy Armstrong in TLC’s Fall 2018 LANDmark newsletter at http://conservancy.bc.ca/about/landmark/

  • Environmental

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We are a Land Trust - our members, donors, staff and volunteers work together with a common goal to protect important land and habitats throughout BC.

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