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Donate Today!

Your tax-deductible donation will help us with land conservation and restoration projects. There are three ways to donate to LINC:

By Mail:
Lasqueti Island Nature Conservancy
General Delivery, Lasqueti Island, BC V0R 2J0

Online via e-Transfer:
to: linc (at) lasqueti (dot) ca

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About LINC


LINC conserves nature on Lasqueti Island and surrounding islands and waters through education, stewardship, restoration, and long-term protection of areas of ecological and cultural significance.
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About Lasqueti


Lasqueti (Xwe’etay) is an off-grid island with approximately 498 residents, located in the Georgia Strait in the Salish Sea. Lasqueti lies in the heart of the Coastal Douglas-fir Zone, one of the smallest (and most threatened) of BC’s 14 ecological zones. It also contains habitat for the federally endangered Northern Resident Orca population and the threatened Marbled Murrelet
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How to Help


LINC is a non-profit charitable land trust that relies on membership and donations to support our conservation and stewardship programs. You can help protect nature and our own futures in many different ways. See the information here to find out about: becoming a member, volunteering, donating, or to learn about the many conservation options available.