Conservation planning

Cordova Shore Conservation Strategy

The Cordova Shore is a unique coastal landscape on southeastern Vancouver Island composed of rich intertidal and subtidal marine areas, a sand spit and dunes, eroding bluffs, coastal wetlands, and rock outcrops. It supports species at risk such as the

Cordova Shore Conservation Strategy

The Cordova Shore is a unique coastal landscape on southeastern Vancouver Island composed of rich intertidal and subtidal marine areas, a sand spit and dunes, eroding bluffs, coastal wetlands, and rock outcrops. It supports species at risk such as the

Biodiversity in the City of Vancouver

Despite the intensive urbanization that characterizes the City of Vancouver, it supports some unique ecological features in its parks, shorelines, and residential neighbourhoods. Stanley Park has some of the last low-elevation old-growth trees in the lower Fraser Valley and the

Biodiversity in the City of Vancouver

Despite the intensive urbanization that characterizes the City of Vancouver, it supports some unique ecological features in its parks, shorelines, and residential neighbourhoods. Stanley Park has some of the last low-elevation old-growth trees in the lower Fraser Valley and the

Otter Point Sensitive Ecosystem Inventory

The Otter Point Sensitive Ecosystems Inventory (SEI) mapped remnant rare and fragile terrestrial ecosystems as part of the Official Community Plan (OCP) update. Sensitive ecosystems help maintain clean water, prevent erosion, support fish and wildlife, and help define Otter Point’s

Otter Point Sensitive Ecosystem Inventory

The Otter Point Sensitive Ecosystems Inventory (SEI) mapped remnant rare and fragile terrestrial ecosystems as part of the Official Community Plan (OCP) update. Sensitive ecosystems help maintain clean water, prevent erosion, support fish and wildlife, and help define Otter Point’s