Salt Spring Island Trust Area Includes:

Salt Spring Island Local Trust Area includes more than 25 associated islands including:

  • Bright Island
  • Deadman Islands
  • Piers Island
List of all Islands

Meetings and Events Around: Salt Spring

Learn about upcoming Salt Spring Island Local Trust Area meetings and events and plan to attend.

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Oct 11
2022

Salt Spring Island Local Trust Committee

Time: 9:30 am
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Nov 15
2022

Salt Spring Island Local Trust Committee

Time: 9:30 am
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Dec 13
2022

Salt Spring Island Local Trust Committee

Time: 9:30 am
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Meet Your Trustees

Laura Patrick

Laura Patrick

Salt Spring Island Trustee, Vice-Chair for Executive Committee

Laura Patrick is serving her first term as a Salt Spring Island Local Trustee.

E: Email Trustee Patrick

T: 1-250-537-6822

Peter Grove

Peter Grove

Salt Spring Island Trustee

Peter Grove is serving his third term as Local Trustee for Salt Spring Island.

E: Email Trustee Grove

T: 1-250-537-1117

Peter Luckham

Peter Luckham

Thetis Island Trustee, Chair for Executive Committee

Peter Luckham is serving as a Thetis Island Local Trustee since 2005, and Executive Committee Chair since 2014.

E: Email Trustee Luckham

T: 1-250-210-2553

Island Profile

In and around the Saltspring Island Local Trust Area there are 48 species at risk. The area is critical habitat for Dun Skipper butterflies, Gray’s Desert-parsley and two species at risk: the Little Brown Bat and Sharp-tailed snake. In the Salish Sea the endangered Leatherback Sea Turtle, the world's largest reptile is occasionally seen.

Mature Forest Growth

7.6%

on island

Parks and Woodland

23

%

protected

Carbon Absorbed by Forests

Emissions saved:

10,459

cars a year

Sensitive Ecosystems

27

%

protected

News Salt Spring LTA

Find out what's happening in and around your local trust area

Islands Trust Announces New Director of Planning Services

Lək̓ ʷəŋən, METULIYE/Victoria, B.C. – Islands Trust is pleased to announce the appointment of Stefan Cermak as the new Director…

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Headshot of Islands Trust Director of Planning Stefan Cermak

Islands Trust Conservancy gives $6,000 funding boost to support nature stewardship on Gabriola Island

Lək̓ ʷəŋən, METULIYE/Victoria, B.C.  – Gabriola Land and Trails Trust (GaLTT) has received a $6,000 Opportunity Fund grant from Islands…

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Nature Steward participant sign to encourage wildlife friendly gardens

Ganges Village Area Plan

The Salt Spring Island Local Trust Committee (SSI LTC) has directed staff to develop a Ganges Village Area Plan to ensure development…

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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. 

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Cover of the Heron Newsletter - Spring 2022

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…

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Lisa Baile and Peter Pare in Woodpecker Forest

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. –…

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Bright orange and yellow sun setting over Vesuvias Bay on Salt Spring Island with a dark silouhetted sail boat in the foreground.

Housing Action Program

The Housing Action Program intends to provide actions and measures to address the housing issues unique to Salt Spring Island.…

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Salt Spring Local Trust Committee 2022 meeting dates

At the last meeting for 2021 the trustees approved the following regular meeting schedule. To review the agendas, minutes and…

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Salt Spring Island Coastal Douglas-Fir Project

The Coastal Douglas-fir (CDF) zone describes a unique set of ecosystems found only on southeast Vancouver Island, the islands of…

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