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Pender Islands Conservancy


We value and appreciate the natural beauty of the Pender Islands and the surrounding Salish Sea, and understand the importance of preserving the special habitats found here. We believe that we are privileged to share these islands with other species and we endeavor to safeguard our natural environment
 in balance with increasing human presence.

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Take action to ensure that your land’s special features and the habitat your land provides for wildlife are saved in perpetuity.

Our Upcoming Events
  • 30th Anniversary Celebration Potluck and Concert with Sarah Smith
    Sat, Jun 03
    Pender Islands Community Hall
    Let's celebrate 30 amazing years with a potluck and free concert with Sarah Smith! Saturday, June 3 at the Community hall 5:00 Potluck 6:00 AGM (Very quick) 6:45 Concert Doors open 7:00 FREE Concert with Sarah Smith Tickets available here or the Nature Centre at Hope Bay Wednesday-Sunday 11-3
  • Naturalist Field Walk on Mayne Island
    Thu, Jun 08
    Meet at Otter Bay Ferry Terminal
    We will meet Mayne Island Conservancy's Biologist at ŦÁ,WEN(St. John's Point Regional Park) to explore one of Mayne's great conservation areas. Image by: Don Enright @
  • Ethical Harvest and Propagation of Red-flowering currant
    Sat, Jun 10
    Location shared upon registration
    Ethical Harvest and Propagation Workshop of Red-flowering currant with Elder Earl Claxton Jr, Karin Campbell and Madelin Emery. $20 per person
  • Chiyokten Wagner
    Wed, Jun 21
    Pender Island
    On National Indigenous People’s Day, Paul Chiyokten Wagner, a traditional Coast Salish storyteller & flutist brings us on a journey to another world in traditional story, song, and flute music of his W̱SÁNEĆ heritage.
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