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Support healthy communities in BC! Join a growing community of supporters who care about:

• empowering youth and community stewards;
• creating healthier communities; and
• enabling expanded outreach to key audiences.

Choose a one-time donation or become a monthly supporter! Private sponsors will match your donation up to $1000!

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Your contribution will support important province-wide programs and events that actively engage and empower youth and community stewards who are working to reduce the impacts of invasive species in BC.

Your donations will support:

  • YOUTH—through enhanced online resources and in the classroom through expanded invasive species curriculum; and
  • COMMUNITY STEWARDS—through targeted training, resources and support for invasive species efforts.


We look forward to partnering with you to help stop the spread of invasive species in BC! Thank you for your support.
 


A very special thank you
 
to all of our partners, supporters and
volunteers who provide guidance, support and direction on our work.
We are proud to work collaboratively with such a wide range of interests—
all dedicated to creating healthier communities!


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TOGETHER with our partners
we work to reduce the economic, environmental and social impacts of
invasive species.
PREVENT the introduction
and transport of invasive species to new areas.
RESTORE landscapes
after invasive species treatment and removal.

In Your Words...

  • “Our crew has finished their work at Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site and Gulf Islands National Park Reserve. I want to thank you, on behalf of Parks Canada, for providing the crew to us. They were well-trained and got a lot of important restoration work done in our nationally-important heritage areas.”

    Brian Reader, Species at Risk Manager, Parks Canada

  • “Working with the Hot Spots crew in Saanich in 2010, we practiced different methods to treat knotweed with glyphosate using the injection gun on several sites. With these skills I was able to implement Saanich's first knotweed eradication pesticide treatment program for private properties.”

    Donna Wong, Environmental Stewardship Officer, District of Saanich

  • “I am impressed with the coverage of the GIS mapping data now available. I will be developing an Invasive Species Management Plan for Pacific Spirit over the next several years and these maps will help as a coarse indication of current conditions, and in guiding initial inventory and monitoring efforts.”

    Markus Merkens, Pacific Spirit Park area manager, Metro Vancouver

  • “Parks Canada and Canadians have benefited from the partnership to have on-the-ground Hot Spots crews, and we would be happy to work with a crew in the future at one of our many national parks and national historic sites that are in need of invasive plant management.”

    Brian Reader, Species at Risk Manager, Parks Canada

  • “Thank you for orchestrating access to the Hot Spots crew for GINPR.  This crew allowed us to move the restoration project on Princess Margaret ahead by months if not by years.”

    Wayne Bourque, Superintendent of Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, Parks Canada

  • "We had a great hike at Kenna Cartwright Park. The kids built a snowman and we all enjoyed the views. The outreach worker showed us some plants that don't belong in the park, gave us info about them and what to do about them, and gave us all some cool gifts from the Invasive Plant Council. Thank you!"

    Susan Hammond, Kamloops Young Naturalist Club

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