604.883.9201 | PO Box 8 Madeira Park BC VON 2HO
The Lagoon Society is working to create special neighbourhood parks that are designed to support a diversity of local wildlife and to act as demonstration projects for how you can… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/biodiversity/biodiversity-parks/
To maintain biodiversity and ecosystem services, it is not sufficient to try to protect wildlife and habitats just within a few isolated parks and protected areas; we must also… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/biodiversity/biodiversity-workshops/
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The Ruby Lake Lagoon Nature Reserve Society
P.O. Box 8, Madeira Park BC V0N 2H0 T: 604.883.9201 E: admin(at)lagoonsociety.com
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The construction of the Iris Griffith Field Studies and Interpretive Centre was funded in part by the Government of Canada under the Softwood Industry Community Economic… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/who-we-are/sponsors/local-provincial-and-federal-government-agencies/
The Sunshine Coast Natural History Society sites.google.com/site/scnaturalhistorysoc
The Lohn Foundation www.vancity.com
The Gencon Foundation… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/who-we-are/sponsors/foundations-and-community-groups/
We are very grateful to the following businesses and corporations for their generous support of Lagoon Society programs and activities:
West Coast Log Homes… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/who-we-are/sponsors/businesses-and-corporations/
THE GRIFFITH FAMILY
As a founding family, the Griffiths are involved in countless ways in the Ruby Lake Lagoon Nature Reserve Society and its endeavours.
The late Iris… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/who-we-are/sponsors/private-donors/
Help Us Grow Native Plants!
At the Iris Griffith Centre we have a Native Plant Nursery where we propagate and care for a variety of native plants for use both on our nature… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/get-involved/native-plant-nursery/
Become a Steward of a Local Ecosystem
The Tyner Biodiversity Park is one that we as a community are very proud of. Because of the hard work of our community members, we have been… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/get-involved/tyner-park/
Help Us Organize Ourselves!
We are always seeking volunteers to help us coordinate and organize the great variety of events we host, as well as those who can help us make sure… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/get-involved/help/
Contribute to Community-Driven Science Initiatives
Since the Lagoon Society formed in 2002 we have been involved in, and helped to initiate, many citizen science projects on the… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/get-involved/citizen-science-projects/
LOON FOUNDATION MEMBERSHIP
The name of The Ruby Lake Lagoon Nature Reserve Society has served us well for 19 years but we are now expanding way beyond Ruby Lake and reaching… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/get-involved/become-member/
The Ruby Lake Lagoon Society is primarily a volunteer-run organization, and we rely on the generous contributions of volunteers to assist with many of our programs and activities.… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/get-involved/become-volunteer/
Curious About Donations? Please give us a HUG and Help Us Grow! If you are able to make a one time, recurring, or other financial gift, or would consider putting the Lagoon… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/get-involved/make-donation/
Curious About Donations? Photo credit to Evan Guiton. She took this amazing photo during her stay in Tonga where she spent several months diving with humpback whales!
By 2020… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/get-involved/donation-form/
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Stewardship of Anderson Creek began in 2014 after growing concerns about the expanding Fallopia japonica (Japanese knotweed) population at the creeks edge. The… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/our-stewardship/invasive-species-management/
At the Ruby Lake Lagoon Society, one of our priorities is preserving and enhancing the natural and cultural ecosystems of the Sunshine Coast.
Tyner Park is… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/our-stewardship/preserving-enhancing-ecosystems/
Western Painted Turtle
The Western painted turtle is a common fresh-water turtle found in North America, however their population on the Sunshine Coast and throughout British… https://www.lagoonsociety.com/our-stewardship/saving-species/