Cowichan Community
Land Trust

Dedicated to the Conservation & Protection of Natural Areas in the Cowichan Valley. Find out how to get involved today.

Best Waterways

Watershed literacy, stewardship, & restoration place-based learning initiative

Garry Oak Ecosystems

Ecosystems that have been identified as a priority for conservation & stewardship

Invaluable Forests

Seeing Cowichan beyond the trees. Ecological importance of mature forest ecosystems

Water Conservation

Maintain healthy water at home, take the quiz to determine your current water footprint & how to minimize it

The Cowichan Community Land Trust Society

The Cowichan Community Land Trust is a non-profit society located in Duncan, British Columbia. It is a registered charity in Canada and is entitled to hold conservation covenants in British Columbia. It was founded in 1995 by a group of concerned citizens who wished to help landowners find alternatives to the degradation of natural areas and wildlife habitat.

We are committed to conserving, protecting, and enhancing the quality of the human and natural environment in and near the Cowichan Valley Regional District, British Columbia, Canada

We help to take care of the land and water in the Cowichan Valley for the benefit of all life now and in the future. We do this by acquiring land, entering into conservation agreements, and by providing education and support to individuals and other groups who are caring for the land.

Fairy Slipper Forest

Fairyslipper Forest Nature Reserve is now a reality!

Eelgrass Restoration and Stewardship

Caring for Our Shores

A Handbook for Coastal Landowners in the Strait of Georgia

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