Stewardship is the underlying goal of all the work we do at the Fraser Valley Conservancy.

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We are dedicated stewards of our own conservation properties. As well, our Community Outreach Program , Ryder Lake Amphibian Protection Project, and our Nest Box Monitoring Project promote the concepts of environmental stewardship and actively engage the local community in protecting the ecological and historical values of the Fraser Valley.
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Take a look at some of the resources we produce to help people become educated and engaged stewards of our Valley:

Gardening with Native Plants in the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley – your guide to creating a backyard that supports nature
This guide was made specifically for Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley gardeners looking to create beautiful landscapes that support local wildlife. Click the link above to download the PDF, or to order a print copy.
ID sheet for Frogs of the Fraser Valley
This printable PDF will teach you how to identify some of the native and invasive frog and toad species you can find in the Fraser Valley. Don’t be fooled, each species of frog or toad can come in more than one colour!
ID Sheet for Salamanders of the Fraser Valley
This printable PDF will teach you how to tell what kind of salamander you found living in your local wetland or forest. Pay close attention, if it doesn’t look like one of these salamanders, you might have found a lizard instead!
ID Sheet for Springtime Aquatic Amphibian Egg Masses in the Fraser Valley
This printable PDF will show you how you can tell apart the different species of native frog and salamander egg masses you might find in your local wetland (or even your swimming pool!). Please remember, egg masses are fragile. Please look, but don’t touch.
ID Sheet for Owls of the Fraser Valley
This printable PDF will tell you how to spot and identify some of the most common owls in the Fraser Valley! Some of them are much harder to spot than others. How many have you seen?
ID Sheet for Common Land Snails in the Fraser Valley
This printable PDF will teach you how to identify some of the common snails you will find in your yard. Keep your eyes peeled, one of our most common snails is actually an invader!

 

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