Group Members

The SCCA is a network of like-minded groups who care deeply about the preservation of species and spaces along the Sunshine Coast. We are grateful to our group members for their ongoing support!

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

And keep an eye on our Events Calendar for upcoming events being hosted by our member groups.

The SCCA invites all environmentally-minded organizations on the Sunshine Coast, and in surrounding areas, to become members.  Working together, we can achieve more!

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Gambier Island Conservancy

The Gambier Island Conservancy’s mission is to defend, restore, and strengthen the ecological diversity of our island community by inspiring and empowering people to learn, live, and love the wild spaces of Gambier Island and its surrounding waters.

The Conservancy was founded in 1995 to address mounting concerns about changes in Gambier's natural habitat. We believe that enhanced public awareness and increased environmental knowledge are essential to sustainable development on the island - one of the most beautiful and unspoiled in the Georgia Basin.



Watershed Sentinel

The Watershed Sentinel has been the voice of the grassroots environmental movement in BC (and beyond) for over 25 years. When environmental community groups and thinkers –the folks who are working on-the-ground on issues such as water, oil and gas projects, climate change, GMOs, fish farming, Indigenous rights, conservation efforts, etc. – want to have their story heard, they contact us. The Watershed Sentinel is produced on unceded Coast Salish territories, specifically of the K’ómoks First Nation.

Our team is supported in large part by dedicated sponsors, patrons, and sustaining subscribers. We also rely on the guidance and support of our Board of Directors and the many volunteers – proofreaders, peer-reviewers, writers, photographers, graphic artists, and fact checkers – who lend their skills.


Hornby Island

Conservancy Hornby Island

Established in 1991, Conservancy Hornby Island is a volunteer organization formed to undertake and support local and regional conservation projects to benefit Hornby Island’s land and marine environments. A few of the goals of this dedicated group include

  • To preserve and foster stewardship of the human and natural environment of Hornby and adjacent waters;

  • To promote human tenure on the Earth in ways compatible with its nature; and

  • To encourage and undertake activities directed toward creating and maintaining compatible, sustainable, mutually beneficial interaction between the community and its members, and the natural environment.


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Truman Road Greenspace Group

The Truman Road Greenspace Group was formed by Halfmoon Bay residents to ensure that any development on Truman Road follows the rural character of the area, and conforms with the Halfmoon Bay Liquid Wastewater and Official Community Plans.

The group is also working to conserve and expand green space around Truman and Brooks Roads for the protection of the natural environment and continued recreational use by the community.

For questions and more information, please contact Darlene and Alistair at


Friends of Keats Island

The Keats Island Conservation Group was born out of a desire to preserve the special places of Keats Island, maintain the natural native environment, and enhance access to the experiences that are here.

We are an informal group at present that welcomes anyone interested in conservation issues. We are working around issues of invasive species, trail access and development, healthy marine foreshore; the list is as diverse as the environment itself!



Gibsons Alliance of Business and Community Society

Gibsons Alliance of Business and Community Society is an inclusive coalition of community members and business people working together for the long-term social, environmental, economic, and cultural vitality of Gibsons.

To this end, we work with other citizens to educate, inform, and support local leaders and groups in making the best decisions possible on issues of public interest.


St. Hilda's Anglican Church
St. Hilda’s, situated on the unceded traditional territory of the shíshálh First Nation, is a member of the Anglican Church of Canada and the worldwide Anglican Communion.
As a community, we welcome and celebrate human diversity - including spirituality, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and abilities. We aim to create a space where people of any faith or none can question and discover the sacred in life through openness, struggle, laughter and prayer, lived out through a common commitment to be in solidarity with the poor and marginalized, and to cherish creation.
We are a Green Accredited church and support many eco-justice initiatives.
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