Gambier Island Trust Area Includes:
Gambier Island Local Trust Area includes 35 associated islands including:
- Keats Island
- North Thormanby Island
- South Thormanby Island
Meetings and Events Around: Gambier
Learn about upcoming Gambier Island Local Trust Area meetings and events and plan to attend.
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Meet Your Trustees
Over 30 islands are located in the Gambier Island Local Trust Area and 42% of the land has mature forests with trees between 80 - 250 years old. This local trust area is the habitat of three threatened species: Double-Breasted Cormorant, Steller Sea Lion and Red-legged Frog, and has critical habitat for the Marbled Murrelet.
Parks and Land
Carbon Absorbed by Forests
News Gambier LTA
Find out what's happening in and around your local trust area
Gambier LTC 2022 Meeting Schedule updated
The updated 2022 meeting schedule can be found here. To review the agendas, minutes and recordings of any Gambier Island…LEARN MORE
Read the latest edition of the Heron
Islands Trust Conservancy’s most recent edition of the Heron is out now. Read it online or download it here.LEARN MORE
Islands Trust Conservancy celebrates the protection of Woodpecker Forest on SDȺY¸ES/North Pender Island this Earth Day.
Lək̓ ʷəŋən, METULIYE/Victoria, B.C. – Islands Trust Conservancy (ITC) celebrates the addition of Woodpecker Forest, a new protected area that…LEARN MORE
Gambier Island Official Community Plan and Land Use Bylaw Targeted Review
The Gambier Island Local Trust Committee is embarking on a review of Gambier Island’s land use policies and regulations, with…LEARN MORE
Keats Shoreline Protection Project FAQ
FAQ document mailed to Keats Island property owners.LEARN MORE
Islands Trust Conservancy News Release
Salt Spring Island philanthropist continues her conservation legacy of protecting islands for future generations Lək̓ ʷəŋən, METULIYE/Victoria, B.C. –…LEARN MORE
Recent Updates to Development Permit Area No. 3 – Riparian Areas
Gambier Island Local Trust Committee (LTC) adopted bylaws 148 and 149 in December 2019 that provide additional safeguards for riparian…LEARN MORE