Our Summer 2019 Calendar is here!

We've made a few changes from the original so please take a look.

Click here to download the Summer 2019 Calendar.

Documentary: Artifishal

Wednesday, August 21st, 7 - 9 PM

Artifishal is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.

 

Click here to sign the petition to say NO to the Pacific Herring Roe Fishery: 

https://www.change.org/p/mp-jonathan-wilkinson-minister-fisheries-and-oceans-canada-say-no-to-pacific-herring-roe-fishery

Special thanks for Grant Scott from the Hornby Island Conservancy for his eye opening presentation on the critical importance of Pacific Herring as a food source for chinook salmon and the Southern Resident Orcas. 

Friends of the Nature House

 

Want to be a "Friend of the Nature House"? Friends of the Nature House memberships give you unlimited summer-long access to the Nature House for most of our activities, events, Seaquarium, library book loan, and much more! Memberships are available for purchase at the Nature House or by filling out the relevant portion of the ThINC annual membership form.

Important links from Ted Leischner's Pollinator workshop:

Southern Vancouver Island Bee Identification Guide

https://img1.wsimg.com/blobby/go/d0788233-52de-4271-bc0c-f6959881fe2e/downloads/1bviieunt_118550.pdf?ver=1553013200818

 

Selecting Plants for Pollinators for the Eastern Vancouver Island Ecoregion https://www.pollinator.org/assets/generalFiles/E.Vancouver.Isl.2017.pdf

For additional learning resources click here.

Thank you!

ThINC’s Summer Nature Education Programs was made possible by:

Canada Summer Jobs, the Stewart Fund, the Thetis Island Community Fund, the Porter Family, and private donors.

 

If you wish to make a donation in support of this community initiative, you can do so online or by cheque for a charitable tax receipt through the Cowichan Community Land Trust (www.cowichanlandtrust.ca - Specify ‘Thetis Island Nature Conservancy’); or without a charitable receipt, by cheque to the Thetis Island Nature Conservancy Society, Box 18-2, Thetis Island, V0R 2Y0.

 

A huge nature-sized thank you to all of our supporters, volunteers and participants.

Contact us

 

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Email : ThINC@thetisisland.net

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News and Updates

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