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Our mission is to restore, sustain and protect natural areas and critical habitats, particularly ecological and recreational greenways, for the benefit of our community.

 

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Our mission is to restore, sustain and protect natural areas and critical habitats, particularly ecological and recreational greenways, for the benefit of our community.

 

Greenways Land Trust: Enhancing Natural Areas for People and Wildlife

Greenways Land Trust is a registered charity and conservation organization that works to enhance the community through the creation and management of greenways networks, based on principles of stream and land stewardship. We act as an umbrella organization that works together with local stewardship groups, community organizations and local governments. We support the activities of volunteer streamkeepers and stewards.

We thrive on getting students out learning in the field, leading interpretive walks in our local green spaces, or getting volunteers out maintaining trails, planting trees, and battling invasives. We want to help our community engage with their environment.

We bring together local stewardship groups and individuals by providing as many resources as possible and facilitating partnerships. Resources include technical expertise, project administration, and access to specialized natural resource information, tools and supplies.

We work to lead and collaborate on projects that restore, sustain and protect degraded natural areas and critical habitats. These projects bring together professional staff resources and expertise, creating a community sense of stewardship in our local sensitive areas.

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Enhancing Natural Areas for People and Wildlife

“We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada”
“We acknowledge the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia”