Our Policies

Organizational 

1.0 Bylaw to Regulate the Meetings of the Board (on May 31, 2018, the former Islands Trust Fund and Trust Fund Board legally became the Islands Trust Conservancy through a change to the Islands Trust Act. Bylaw 1 has not yet been updated but legislation ensures the legal continuity of the Trust Fund Board in all bylaws.)

 

1.1 Islands Trust Conservancy Board Member Appointments, Reappointments and Elections Policy

1.2 Election of Chair Policy

1.3 Islands Trust Conservancy Board Roles and Responsibilities Policy

1.4 Board Standards of Conduct Policy

1.5 Board Member Attendance and Participation and Member Removal Policy

1.6 Annual Budget Submissions Policy

1.7 Fundraising and Donations Policy

1.8 Donor Recognition Policy - Repealed March 31, 2015

1.9 Funds For Partnership Acquisition Projects Policy

 

  Land Transactions and Property Management 

2.1 Board Approval of Projects and Transactions Policy

2.2 Assessing Conservation Proposals Policy

2.3 Acquisition and Management of Land Policy

2.4 Conservation Covenants Policy

2.5 Natural Area Protection Tax Exemption Covenants Policy

2.6 Heritage Forest Land Acquisition and Protection Policy

2.7 Disposition of Land Policy

2.8 Covenant Enforcement Policy

2.9 Management Plan Costs Policy

 

  Communications, Cooperation and Liaison

3.1 Islands Trust Conservancy Local Planning Services Coordination Policy

3.2 Communicating Information Regarding Covenant and Acquisition Projects Policy

3.3 Relationships with External Groups Policy

3.4 Islands Trust Conservancy Board Role in Partnership Acquisition Projects Policy

3.5 Policy on Consulting Trust Council, Local Trust Committees, Island Municipalities,
      and Local Trustees on Trust Conservancy Board Matter

3.6 Research Policy

3.7 FOI & POP – Routinely Released Information Policy

3.8 FOI & POP Policy

3.9 FOIPP Policy - Designation of Fees

Conservation Success Story: Steil's Woods Covenant

After more than 50 years immersed in the hustle and bustle of the lower mainland, Sara and Richard Steil now enjoy a quieter life surrounded by natural habitat they protected with a conservation covenant.

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Page last updated: 18/10/18
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