Our Publications

We hope these publications help you discover more about conservation and stewardship in the islands and how you can become involved.

When perusing our publications, please note that on May 31, 2018, the former Islands Trust Fund and Trust Fund Board legally became the Islands Trust Conservancy through a requested amendment to the Islands Trust Act to change our name. We believe the new name, Islands Trust Conservancy,  better reflects the work that we do to protect sensitive ecosystems in the region. Transitional provisions ensure the legal continuity of the Trust Fund Board in all management plans, publications and charitable gifts. Moving forward, all of our publications will reflect the name change.

New Arrivals


  Regional Conservation Plan (2018-2027)

  Read how the Islands Trust Conservancy is planning for conservation!


 

Publications

Our Annual Report
        •   Annual Report 2017-2018 [PDF]
        •   Annual Report 2016-2017 [PDF]

Previous versions of the annual report are contained within the Islands Trust's annual report, located here.

 
Our Strategic Planning
       •   Regional Conservation Plan 2018-2027 [PDF]
       •   Islands Trust Conservancy Five-Year Plan 2018-2022 [PDF]
       •   Securement Strategy (2017-2027) [PDF]
       •   Property Management Strategy [PDF]
 
Our Newsletter - The Heron
       •   2018 Spring edition [PDF]
       •   2017 Summer edition [PDF]
       •   2016-2017 Winter edition [PDF]
       •   2015-2016 Winter edition [PDF]
       •   2014-2015 Winter edition [PDF]
       •   2013 Winter edition [PDF]
       •   2013 Summer edition [PDF]
 
Scientific Studies
       •   Carbon and Biodiversity Mapping and Assessment for the Islands Trust Area [PDF]
       •   2012-2014 Nearshore Eelgrass Inventory [PDF]
       •   Forage Fish Habitat Suitability Assessment - Thetis, Hornby, Denman [PDF]
       •   Forage Fish Habitat Suitability Assessment - North and South Pender [PDF]
       •   Forage Fish Habitat Suitability Assessment - Galiano [PDF]
       •   Forage Fish Habitat Suitability Assessment - Lasqueti [PDF]
       •   Forage Fish Habitat Suitability Assessment - Salt Spring and Wallace [PDF]
       •   Forage Fish Habitat Suitability Assessment - Valdes [PDF]
 
 Nature Reserve Management Plans
       •   Brigade Bay Bluffs & Long Bay Creek Wetland Nature Reserves, Gambier Island [PDF]
       •   Burren's Acres Nature Reserve, Gabriola Island [PDF]
       •   Coats Millstone Nature Reserve, Gabriola Island [PDF]
       •   Cyril Cunningham Nature Reserve, Salt Spring Island [PDF]
       •   David Otter Nature Reserve, Bowen Island [PDF]
       •   Deep Ridge Nature Reserve, Salt Spring Island [PDF]
       •   Elder Cedar Nature Reserve, Gabriola Island [PDF]
       •   Fairy Fen Nature Reserve, Bowen Island [PDF]
       •   Horton Bayviary Nature Reserve, Mayne Island [PDF]
       •   Inner Island Nature Reserve, Denman Island [PDF]
       •   John Osland Nature Reserve, Lasqueti Island [PDF]
       •   Kwel Nature Reserve, Lasqueti Island [PDF]
       •   Lindsay Dickson Nature Reserve, Denman Island [PDF]
       •   Lower Mt. Erskine Nature Reserve, Salt Spring Island [PDF]
       •   McFadden Creek Nature Santuary, Salt Spring Island [PDF]
       •   Medicine Beach Nature Sanctuary, North Pender Island [PDF]
       •   Morrison Marsh Nature Reserve, Denman Island [PDF]
       •   Mt. Artaban Nature Reserve, Gambier Island [PDF]
       •   Mt. Trematon Nature Reserve, Lasqueti Island [PDF]
       •   Ruby Alton Nature Reserve, Salt Spring Island [PDF]
       •   Singing Woods Nature Reserve, Bowen Island [PDF]
       •   Trincomali Nature Sanctuary, Galiano Island [PDF]
       •   Vanilla Leaf Land (DL 58) Nature Reserve, Galiano Island [PDF]

 

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: 14/11/18
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