This ecologically sensitive property is dominated by relatively undisturbed mature second-growth forest in the Coastal Douglas Fir biogeoclimatic zone, an area of high biodiversity that is at risk due to its limited range in BC and development and urban expansion. The property has seven identified sensitive ecosystems identified under the Conservation Data Centre’s Sensitive Ecosystem Inventory, including Garry Oak Ecosystems.
Currently, TLC owns a partial interest in this property donated by the other partial owner of the property. TLC plans to work with the owner to ensure the long term protection of the entire property. It is adjacent to regional parkland, providing a continguous protected area for wildlife.