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Truths and Misconceptions
about Pender Islands Groundwater:
Planning for the Future

By Dr. Jim Henderson
MEDes, PhD, P.Geoph, FGC, FEC(H)

Saturday, October 10, 2015 1-4 pm
Pender Island Community Hall

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Friends of Brooks Point Submission to the National Energy Board

Turn Pt SOA



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PICA’s annual Islands Trust Fund covenant monitoring allows us
to accompany Chris to check on some of the most beautiful,
 pristine properties on the Penders.  

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Tilley Point


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A big win for wild salmon

Thank you to the Ecojustice team
Savannah Carr-Wilson, Lara Tessaro, Margot Venton, Morgan Blakley, Dyna Tuytle

Read about it here

The IMF calculates in a new report that fossil fuels are effectively being subsidised to the tune of $5.3 trillion a year when the impacts of air pollution and other societal costs are included.

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Marine Biologist Ramona de Graaf sifts through spawning gravel for surf smelt embryos in the Saanich Inlet. Embryos die naturally, so to determine what mortality might be due to the spill she is comparing samples from contaminated and non-contaminated beaches.      Read story here

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PICA’s Salmon Committee members place chum eggs in Hope Bay estuary
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Forage Fish Monitoring at Shark Cove

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Economic Costs & Benefits of the
Trans Mountain Expansion Project
for BC & Metro Vancouver

"Left unchecked, climate change will increase the likelihood of severe,
pervasive and irreversible impacts for people and ecosystems.”
November, 2014

New Genetically Engineered Tree
To Avoid Federal Oversight Completely

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Purple Martin Recovery Program

Bring Back the Bluebirds


The Winter
2014-2015
edition of the
Islands Trust
newsletter,
The Heron


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view from the Medicine Beach parking lot
the trail though the woods

PICA has added two doggy-pots to the Medicine Beach Nature Sanctuary, one near the parking lot, and the other on the trail from Aldridge Road.  Please use them.  There are also new signs marking trails.  Help us protect this conservation covenant by staying on the marked trails.  PHOTOS

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Entrance to Brooks Point trail
from Gowland Point road on South Pender Island

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Spring 2015 Chocolate Lily at Brooks Point

The textures of Brooks Point

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