As good stewardship relies on good decision-making, our work focuses on individual Canadians, landowners, development and business communities, and governments.
We also work closely with conservation and environmental organizations, as well as the citizens of BC. Learn more about SCBC.
What do you think are greatest needs in field of ecological stewardship?
We are gathering input for our strategic planning process. Help us plan for the future by filling out our online survey by June 2nd.
In honour of Canada’s birthday, SCBC and Give Green Canada/G2 have partnered to help celebrate 150 years of Canadians taking care of our land and water.
Learn about how you can create different types of legacy gifts. Or get ideas for how you can give the gift of time.
As part of our celebration, we will be featuring a new Stewardship Champion every month. Check them out!
You can also nominate your own champion!
Become a SCBC member! It is FREE and will connect you to our extensive network of BC stewards. You will get updates, news and opportunities to participate in workshops and SCBC programs.
If you prefer to just subscribe you can do that too!
AGM & Panel Presentation
Join us on June 13th for our 2017 AGM and Panel Presentation “A River Runs Through It.”
Creating Stewardship Legacies
Celebrating 150 years of Canadians taking care of our land and water
Protecting waterfront properties and natural shoreline habitats
Stewardship Practices for Species at Risk
Demonstrating stewardship practices to address threats to wildlife and species at risk in riparian areas
Cats and Birds
Reducing cat predation of birds and wildlife
Species at Risk Primer
An introductory resource for people wanting to research and learn about species at risk in BC
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