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Sandy Beach on Lheḵ’tines/ ́ Keats Island, Átl’ḵa7tsem/Howe Sound, now a protected nature reserve...

January 28, 2021 - Lək̓ ʷəŋən, METULIYE/Victoria, B.C. - In its 30th year, the Islands Trust Conservancy is celebrating that Sandy Beach on Lhek'tines ́ /Keats Island will become its 30th nature reserve. The site is remarkable both for its biodiversity and cultural significance. Read the news release.

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Erin Coulson
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Conservation Success Stories: The Kikuchis and Frog Song Forest

Arthur Kikuchi honoured his parents and his family's future generations by using his inheritance to purchase and protect a wetland and forest on North Pender Island.

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Page last updated: 28/01/21
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