Our annual online auction opens next week!
If you register before September 27, you will automatically be entered into our early-bird prize draw where you will be eligible to win a $100 gift certificate to JOEY Restaurants. The auction will officially go live on September 27th.
On October 6th, we host our Fall Gala at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver to celebrate The Nature Trust’s land conservation work. If you can’t make it in person, be sure to tune in online for our show to learn about our current projects and what we are working on for next year. There will be a door prize draw on the day of the event for another fabulous wine package.
Help us raise critical funds to protect land and save species by bidding on your favourite items or by making a donation. This year we will have over 100 incredible packages and items for you to bid on.
Here’s a sneak peak of some of our auction packages:
The “Big Fish” at Hatheume Lake Resort
Enjoy three glorious nights in Chalet #23 at Hatheume Lake Resort, suitable for four people with two bedrooms and a view of the lake. Located five hours from Vancouver, Hatheume is a flyfishing-only lake. Cast your new fly rod into this rainbow trout-stocked lake and at the end of the day pull up a chair to enjoy the ambiance.
Keep warm with this vibrant and colourful Pendleton blanket featuring an original design by the Westbank First Nation. 82% wool 18% cotton, 64″ x 80″ (163 x 203 cm).
Up, Up and Away
Soar to new heights with this scenic 2-person helicopter ride from YVR to take in the views of The Nature Trust of BC’s conservation properties in the lower mainland and the Heart of the Fraser. This tour includes an unforgettable picnic and beverages packaged in a Lee Valley picnic backpack as a part of this unforgettable package.
6 Bottles – 2004 Sassicaia in a Wooden Case
The 2004 vintage is an outstanding achievement. Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc highlight the beauty of Tuscany and portray the region in terms of thick chocolate fudge, succulent cherry and currant, exotic spice and vanilla seed. Beyond those big aromas are little teasers: blue flowers, Mediterranean herbs, cola and light mineral shadings. It’s lush and full in the mouth.
“Calm Day” by Monica Gewurz
Monica Gewurz was born in Peru and immigrated to Canada in 1976. She pursued a career in landscape architecture and environmental planning, while fueling her passion for art. Her semi-abstract, highly textured, luminous mixed-media paintings draw primarily upon the natural environment and symbolism from ancient civilizations. This oil painting on canvas is a reflection of these talents, channeling the beautiful ocean in this province.
Ultimate Canucks Fan Experience
Watch the Canucks face the defending Stanley Cup Champion Colorado Avalanche on Friday, January 20 at Rogers Arena. Cheer on your Canucks from the lower bowl and see some of hockey’s brightest stars in action. Get excited for the game by practicing your moves with a hockey stick signed by Canucks legend Daniel Sedin!