Fri, 24 Jan 2014
Tags: Stewardship

Good Neighbours Project Wins HCTF Silver Award

HAT President Pia Archibald and Stewardship Coordinator Todd Carnahan accept an HCTF Silver Award for the Good Neighbours Project


The Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation was pleased to present the Habitat Acquisition Trust (HAT) with a Silver Award for the Good Neighbours Project at their AGM last Wednesday.

HAT is a land trust operating in Greater Victoria that aims to help citizens better understand and care for habitats within the region. Their Good Neighbours program assists property owners in meeting their land use needs while simultaneously protecting some of Canadaโ€™s rarest habitats.

Each year, HAT focuses its outreach services on a different region of Capital Regional District. Their engagement of neighbours and students in science-based demonstration projects benefits local ecosystems and creates lasting networks within communities.

The HCTF Silver Award is just the latest accolade for Good Neighbours Program – it has also won a CRD Ecostar Award. For more information on this program and how you can become involved, visit HATโ€™s website


HAT Millstream Good Neighbours Project