Rescheduled AGM next week – Tuesday March 7th

Notice of Annual General Meeting

March 7th, 2017  7:30 pm
33171 2nd Avenue, Mission BC

  • Meet the FVC staff, Directors, and other members
  • Learn what we’ve been up to in 2016
  • Hear about our plans for the future
  • Participate in society business including election of board members
  • If you are interested in sitting on our board, contact us for details and to apply to the nominating committee.
  • Annual $10 membership fee will be collected at the door.

Guests and new members are always welcome!

Meet and greet starts at 7:00 pm. The AGM will commence at 7:30 pm.

We are meeting in the Training Room to the right of the FVC office (Google Maps link)

Notice of Upcoming AGM – February 7th

Notice of Annual General Meeting

February 7, 2017  7:30 pm
33171 2nd Avenue, Mission BC

  • Meet the FVC staff, Directors, and other members
  • Learn what we’ve been up to in 2016
  • Hear about our plans for the future
  • Participate in society business including election of board members
  • If you are interested in sitting on our board, contact us for details and to apply to the nominating committee.
  • Annual $10 membership fee will be collected at the door.

Guests and new members are always welcome!

Meet and greet starts at 7:00 pm. The AGM will commence at 7:30 pm.

We are meeting in the Training Room to the right of the FVC office (Google Maps link)

2015 Overview

Not nearly as interesting as photos of amphibians or our staff doing cool stuff, but important never the less!

Below are links to our 2015 financial statements and the year in review presentation from our AGM last month. It was another successful year of the FVC – working with our amazing partners, funders and volunteers in our continued efforts to protect the biodiversity of the Fraser Valley. New for 2016, we once again have a formal office space in Mission. We are in the office most days, if you plan to stop by, please call first to ensure someone is there, and we aren’t out helping toads or counting snails!

2015 Financial Statements

2015 Year in Review Presentation

 

FVC AGM Tuesday February 16th, 2016!

In an effort to avoid having to take care of society business during the busy summer field season, we will be holding our Annual General Meeting (AGM) much earlier this year (February 16th). If you are interested in volunteering for a position on our board please email us, the board nominating committee will be meeting on January 26th and will be considering applications at that time.

Annual General Meeting

February 16, 2016 7:30 pm
33179 2nd Avenue, Mission BC
Join us at our Mission office to hear and see
what we’ve been up to this past year!
  • We will present information on the projects we have been working on this year.
  • You can meet the FVC staff, Directors, and members.
  • Participate in society business including election of board members.
  • Annual $10 membership fee will be collected at the door, guests are also welcome.

Meet and greet starts at 7:00 pm and the AGM will commence at 7:30 pm.


 

AGM June 16th! Come out and hear about the conservation work being done in your community…

 

Annual General Meeting

June 16th, 2015 7:00 pm 33167 2nd Avenue, Mission BC

Join us at our new office space to hear and see what we’ve been up to this past year!

  • Be inspired by a presentation from Dr. Jasper Lament, CEO of the Nature Trust of BC, as he shares with us his vision for land trusts
  • See presentations on projects we have been working on
  • Meet the FVC staff, Directors, and members
  • Ask questions and make suggestions

Light snacks will be served during a meet and greet starting at 6:30, meeting commences at 7:00pm

If you have any questions feel free to phone the office (604-625-0066) or e-mail joanne@fraservalleyconservancy.ca

A successful river clean-up day, thanks to volunteers!

The second Chilliwack Vedder River Clean-up Day of the year (hosted by the Chilliwack Vedder River Clean-up Society) proved to be a huge success this morning! Our staff and volunteers removed two full bags of garbage, as well as larger debris from the banks of our adopted section of the river to help keep it sparkling clean. We also spotted a few interesting native species along the way, such as a Pacific Sideband snail and an adult Northern Red-legged frog!

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BC Swallow Conservation Project

FVC Students Jess and Meagan completed a barn swallow nest site survey here at the office property donated by Edenvale. They plan to continually monitor the active nests for eggs, number of fledglings and possible disturbances. If you have barn swallows on your property, you are encouraged to contribute to this project by completing your own survey! For more information please visit www.bcswallowconservationproject.wordpress.com.

 

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