Category Archives: conservation

Articles about conservation. Note: some information may come from the conservation coordinator in SKABC but pertain, e.g. to camp sites. Those articles should (also) be categorized as “trip planning”, since camp site information is relevant when planning a trip.

Conservation efforts at Belcarra

SKABC Conservation volunteers braved the rain yet again, this time at Belcarra Regional Park! Our focus was on removing invasive English ivy and holly plants from Admiralty Point. A significant area was cleared, many impressive roots pulled out, and lots … Continue reading

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Outreach volunteers make impact with Big Brothers / Sisters and at Paddlefest

Big Brothers / Big Sisters Paddle at Deep Cove June 15   MEC Paddlefest

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Howe Sound Update: Sea to Sky Marine Trail Annual Report

The club’s Howe Sound Steward Steve Best submitted a report detailing the progress made in 2018 on our BC Marine Trail campsites. The document includes: 1. Management of Operations a) Maintenance & Projects b) Volunteers c) Incidents and Actions d) … Continue reading

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Video – Sea to Sky Marine Trail in Howe Sound

Steve Best completed the narration of his Howe Sound video and BC Marine Trails has posted it in its YouTube Channel. All the club’s work as on the Sea To Sky Marine Trail in Howe Sound is coming to life! … Continue reading

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Picnic tables built for Howe Sound Sites

Earlier this month, SKABC members Darlene Heath, Steve Best and I delivered and put in place 5 picnic tables at 4 of our 6 Howe Sd sites. Mick Allen had also helped on the project, but was not part of … Continue reading

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