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
Strategies to remove invasive plants that threaten your land and water.
Do you struggle with invasive
This event, hosted by HAT on the Ruby Creek covenant, will be focused on removing invasive plants such
We will be visiting one of our private covenants called Ruby Creek to plant native species near the creek
Forum and Keynote Benefit Banquet
Thursday October 12, 2017
For the Conservaiton Connection Forum
Co-hosted by Habitat Acquisition Trust and CRD Parks, join Biologist Dr. Kristiina Ovaska on a guided
Many of our frogs & salamanders are crossing roads. Find out how you can help.
Focus on Species
These little moist migrators need your help.
Thurs, Oct 12th, join us for a conference and benefit dinner..
photo by L.D. Igl USGS
Conference & benefit banquet
On South Vancouver Island & the Southern Gulf Islands HAT works with people to care for nature..
HAT's work is on south Vancouver Island.
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No matter how much, or how little, space you have, you can make a space for nature
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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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