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We care about this beautiful place

A view of the ocean from our new park
Looking at the ocean from Lot 21 at Cape Roger Curtis (August 2020)
Photo courtesy of Owen Plowman
Looking over Killarney Lake from Cates Hill
Looking over Killarney Lake to the Sunshine Coast (July 2020)
Photo courtesy of Owen Plowman
The first meeting about the Bowen Island Marine Atlas (January 2019); Grant Scott (Conservancy Hornby Island) talks to the audience about how the Hornby Island Marine Atlas came about
Photo courtesy of Len Gilday
Roots exposed in Singing Woods Nature Reserve
A fantastic sight in Singing woods Nature Reserve; one day erosion will bring this tree down (March 2020)
Photo courtesy of Owen Plowman
At the Whale Trail sign unveiling, above Pebble Beach at Cape Roger Curtis (July 2017)
Photo courtesy of Owen Plowman
The Islands Whale Trail sign, above Pebble Beach at Cape Roger Curtis (July 2017)
Photo courtesy of Owen Plowman
The Mastodon, a driftwood LiveArt sculpture by local artist Guthrie Gloag, somewhere on Bowen Island (July 2017)
Photo courtesy of Owen Plowman
Fairy Fen--View from the south side
Fairy Fen Nature Reserve
Photo courtesy of Alan Whitehead
Learn about our Marine Atlas
Walking to the waterfront at Cape Roger Curtis park
Learn about the park at Cape Roger Curtis

What is the Conservancy?

The Bowen Island Conservancy works to protect and preserve the natural wonders of the island—from endangered coastal bluffs, to inland lakes, to wetlands and fens.

Through our work and advocacy, we offer a hopeful future for future generations, and the amazing diversity of plant, animal, and insect species with whom we share this extraordinary place.

Our work involves:

 

Please support us

There are many ways for you to help us protect and preserve beautiful Bowen Island:

Cape Roger Curtis Trust Society archive

The Conservancy maintains an archive of the former CRC Trust Society website material.