HABITAT ACQUISITION TRUST

Victoria's Local Land Trust

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    We conserve nature on south Vancouver Island

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    Our programs help people understand and care for nature

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Are you a Good Neighbour?

Good Neighbours

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..

Stewardship

Be a Good Neighbour

Get a free visit to your property with a land care expert.

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You're invited

HAT's 2017 AGM

Thurs, Jan 26th, 6:30 join us for a mixer and presentations..

HAT AGM Event

at 505 Quayle Road

A mixer, bites to eat, meeting, and special guest speaker..

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Where we work

South Vancouver Island

On South Vancouver Island & the Southern Gulf Islands HAT works with people to care for nature..

Mission Area

A Local Land Trust

HAT's work is on south Vancouver Island.

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Read the Latest News

News & Events

Catch up on everything new with HAT and find out about upcoming workshops, volunteer opportunities, and presentations.

News

The latest from HAT

Where we post all our updates & events

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Backyard Nature

No matter how much, or how little, space you have, you can make a space for nature


Gardening with Native Plants

Download our brouchure here


More Projects

More project ideas from our partners


Habitat Stewards

Let others know that you care for nature

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Top 10 Native Plants

Easy to care for and beautiful too

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Containers

Native plant can thrive in containers, perfect for decks or small spaces

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Swallowtail Butterfly

Butterfly Gardening

Attract butterflies by planting native species

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Oak Leaves

Oak Leaves

Use your oak leaves to create wildflower spaces

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