Business Members

The SCCA is proud to be supported by a variety of businesses who care deeply about the preservation of species and spaces along the Sunshine Coast. We are grateful to our business members for their ongoing efforts to provide meaningful services to the Sunshine Coast!

Check out these forward-thinking businesses to learn more about their important initiatives.

If your business would like to support the SCCA's work to conserve biodiversity, we invite you to become a business member.


Tree World Plant Products Inc.

For over 30 years, Tree World has been a family-first company. We are committed in creating earth-friendly plant protection products to help preserve the planet for future generations.

Tree World Plant Care Products Inc incorporated in 1988. Our early focus was providing corporate clients with tree seedlings used in sales and marketing promotions. Today, Tree World is focused exclusively on providing plant protection solutions to customers experiencing animal damage to their: gardens, crops, nurseries, woodlots, tree plantations and riparian areas.



Seaweeds Health Food Store

Seaweeds Health Food Store and Organic Market is a community centered, local, family run, full service Health Food Store operating since 2004.

We carry a large selection of all organic produce, grocery, bulk, meats, gluten free products, vegan foods, personal care items and quality supplements. We love serving our community and pride ourselves in offering the best quality, selection and service on the coast.

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Digital Dandelion Web Studio

Web designer and developer Alison Taylor is passionate about protecting biodiversity, and pleased to support the SCCA as a business member. "As Sunshine Coast residents, we are so fortunate to live in such a beautiful and natural part of the world. But our local ecosystems are struggling in the face of industry, increased development, pollution and climate change. The Sunshine Coast Conservation Association is working to ensure there will be beauty and diversity for future generations."


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