HABITAT ACQUISITION TRUST
Victoria's Local Land Trust
We conserve nature on south Vancouver Island
Our programs help people understand and care for nature
Support nature conservation in Greater Victoria
Scientist(s) seeks artist(s) for nature outreach project!
This year's Fernwood hydro pole-painting
Join us for a fun day in Metchosin. Stop by the Habitat Acquisition Trust booth for your dose of
Join Nature Conservancy of Canada staff in coastal sand dune habitat on James Island, off the east coast
Are you a volunteer? Well this is your night to shine, listen as HAT staff and biologists tell the stories
The Native Plant Study Group is hosting an Edible Native Plant Talk (speakers: Kristen Miskelly & HAT's
Habitat Stewards are learning to care for their landin ways that will benefit streams, lakes, and wildlife. Find out how to become a Habitat Steward..
Get a free visit to your property with a land care expert.
Inspired by the wild world? Submit your photograph for a chance to win. Photo credit: Ann Nightingale.
Enter today for a chance to have your photo featured in the next set of HAT wildlife cards.
Catch up on everything new with HAT and find out about upcoming workshops, volunteer opportunities, and presentations.
Where we post all our updates & events
Are you lucky enough to have bats roosting on your land? Why not get involved with HAT's Bat Stewardship Program?
Photo Credit: Todd Carnahan
Bat Stewardship Program
From June to August teams of HAT volunteers collect data on local bat populations.
No matter how much, or how little, space you have, you can make a space for nature
Download our brouchure here
More project ideas from our partners
Let others know that you care for nature
Easy to care for and beautiful too
Native plant can thrive in containers, perfect for decks or small spaces
Attract butterflies by planting native species
Use your oak leaves to create wildflower spaces
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Too many amphibians die on roads. Do you know a spot where frogs, toads, or newts are regularly killed on the roadside? Tell us about it!
Read HAT's report on forest cover loss in the CRD, and download the data layers for your our projects.