Please attend the SCRD Infrastructure Services Committee meeting:
9:30 am, Thursday, April 20th at the SCRD Offices - 1975 Field Road, Wilson Creek.

BC Parks has told the SCRD that the Chapman Lake trenching project is not approvable under the Parks Act.  For the project to go forward, land must be removed from the Tetrahedron Provincial Park or the park status must be downgraded to a lesser level of protection.

We need to show the SCRD that we disagree with taking land out of our park or degrading its Class A status.

We support efforts that lead to sustainable outcomes.  We don't support compromising the Tetrahedron and are concerned that this project will not just be a "temporary" solution.  Please help us protect our park and create a truly sustainable future.

We hope to see you at the meeting!

Do you love nature and want meaningful summer employment?

We are seeking 1 - 2 outgoing, hard-working student interns as our

See the full job description here.

Deadline to apply:  April 30, 2017
Dates of employment:  Between May 15 - Aug 26
Wage & hours:  $12 - $13/hr, 35 - 40 hrs/wk

Applicants must be a full-time student 15 to 30 years of age, returning to full-time studies in the fall.
Wage based on experience.  Employment term is between 9 - 15 weeks depending on number of students hired.

To apply, send cover letter, resume and 3 reference contacts to:
First Nations and visible minority students are encouraged to apply.

It's provincial election time, and that means that we're busy preparing for our 
Environmental Issues All Candidates Forum.
Friday, April 21st at 7pm (doors at 6:30 pm)
Roberts Creek Community Hall

Please join us to learn about where our area's candidates stand on the environmental issues that matter most to our community:  climate change, watershed management, forestry, fisheries, species-at-risk, and many more.

Candidates confirmed:
Kim Darwin, BC Greens
Reuben Richards, Cascadia Party of BC
Nicholas Simons, New Democrat Party of BC
Mathew Wilson, BC Liberal Party

Our team has written a series of questions that will be asked of each candidate - click here to review them.  Their responses will be posted here after the event.  You can also review the resource document we sent to the candidates.
Additional questions will be accepted from the floor, so come prepared with your own questions to pose to the candidates.

Help us spread the word by liking and sharing our Facebook event page.
We're pleased to be presenting this year's forum in partnership with the Roberts Creek Earth Day Festival.  What better time than Earth Day eve to host this event?!
See you there.

Please join us for our 2017 Annual General Meeting:
Thursday, June 1st, from 7 - 9 pm at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre
5714 Medusa Street, Sechelt

Coffee, tea and juice refreshments will be served.
Please bring a POTLUCK snack item to share.

If you are passionate about nature conservation and would like to contribute your time, energy and particular skills, please consider joining our team as a Director! 
In addition to attending monthly board meetings, there are a host of issues Diretors can get involved with, according to their interests.  Please contact our Co-Chairs for more information:, 604.886.3936 (Gayle) or 604.740.7983 (Rick).

If you were a member in 2016 and would like to have voting privileges at the AGM, please ensure your membership is up to date.  Memberships can be renewed at the AGM, of you can renew online.  NEW members must have been in good standing for at least 90 days before the AGM to have voting privileges.  To find out your membership status, contact: