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Fri 1, 5:30-7:30pm Community Connector with Green Party candidate Frances Litman. Coast Collective, 3221 Heatherbell Rd, Colwood. Focus on arts and culture, natural environment, and species at risk.

Fri 1 to Sun 3, 10am-5pm Experience the Tesla Model S EV. Oak Bay Beach Hotel, 1175 Beach Drive, Oak Bay.

Sat 2, 9–11am Birds of Witty’s Guided Walk (9 years+) at Witty’s Lagoon Regional Park. For the novice and intermediate birder, join CRD guest naturalist Geoffrey Newell for a glimpse of some of the birds at Witty’s Lagoon. Bring binoculars if you have them. Meet Witty’s Lagoon Nature Centre off Metchosin Road. BC Transit #54 or #55

Sat 2, 9-3pm Season Launch of the James Bay Market.

Sat 2, 9:45-1pm Greater Victoria Green Team Beach Cleanup and “Butt Blitz” along Songhees Walkway, part of the national “Butt Blitz 2015” by Greener Future. Sign up here:

Sat 2-Sun 3, 9:30am-4:30pm Dare to Age Well in Community: Learn About Senior Co-Housing  This course adapts senior cohousing, an established housing strategy in Europe, to completely reframe our societal expectations and options for aging. $135 + GST. Royal Roads Continuing Studies: 250-391-2513

Sat 2, 10-2pm Season Launch of the Moss Street Market, Sir James Douglas School, Fairfield.

Sat 2, 10-4pm Grand Opening of the Woodwynn farm Labyrinth and Peace Garden, 7789 West Saanich Road.

Sat 2, 11-3 Havenwood Park Wildflower Day with walking tour by Andy MacKinnon. Learn about wildflowers with free snacks and refreshments. Off Veterans Memorial Parkway, Langford.

Sat 2, 2-4pm Grow Your Own Food 101. Want to grow your own groceries but not sure where to start?  This is a workshop designed for total beginners. Compost Education Centre, 1216 North Park Street.  Cost $20/$15 (or free with membership). Register at or (250) 386-9676.

Sat 2, 7pm Embrace the Night and Wildflowers. Join organizer Ron Carter of the Friends of Uplands Park at Cattle Point to watch the moon rise.  Meander through the fields of blue Camas and other wildflowers and then over to the Kiwanis Café on Willows Beach for a nighttime cuppa and relaxing chats with your neighbours. Meet Cattle Point, Free. Margaret Lidkea 250-595-8084.

Sun 3,10-4pm Camas Day in Uplands Park. Bring a picnic, listen to the Bald Eagles Band and enjoy the Displays. Native Plant Garden Tour with Friends of Uplands Park. Blue Camas fields, other wildflowers and rare plant species. Learn about importance of vernal pools. Ask about native plants you can incorporate them into your garden, and take a native plant home. Donations appreciated. Meet Beach Drive at the new Uplands Park sign. Margaret Lidkea 250-595-8084

Sun 3, 10-4pm HAT Annual Native Plant Garden Tour. Free, all ages. Visit five private and four public gardens to see attractive, sustainable, and wildlife friendly gardens with an expert at each location. Gift baskets, native plants & garden gear provided by Saanich Native Plants, Russell Nursery and Parks Canada. Free, donations welcome. Visit link for garden locations or contact Habitat Acquisition Trust or 250-995-2428.

Sun 3, 1-5pm International Permaculture Day Open House & Plant Sale. Explore a beautiful edible landscape, mingle with permaculture enthusiasts, and buy some perennial edible plants for your food forest at this great event in North Saanich. 539 Downey Rd. 

Sun 3, 12:15-3:30pm Greater Victoria Green Team and Saanich Pulling Together volunteers on Mount Douglas park to remove/eradicate Bur Chervil from the Summit! Sign-up here:



Tue 5, 6:30pm Plastic Bag Ban Policy Pitch! We’ve drafted a policy proposal for city council, and we feedback before submitting it. Come to share or just to listen, all are welcome. Earl’s Restaurant, 1199 Government St. Chelsea Lee.

Wed 6, 7pm Fair Vote Canada Community Forum, with Wendy Bergerud, Paul Manly (Greens), Sheila Malcolmson (NDP) & Tim Tessier (Liberals). Beban Park Community Centre, 2300 Bowen Road, Nanaimo.

Wed 6, 7pm BC Parks Sensitivity to Sea Level Rise Model, with Doug Biffard, Ministry of Environment, and Sea Change AGM. Light refreshments. RSVP: 250 652-1662 Swan Lake Nature Sanctuary, 3873 Swan Lake Road.

Wed 6, 7pm Sierra Club Nanaimo Energy Café. Enjoy a beverage and bring your thoughts and hopes about transitioning to solar, wind, and other renewables. Fibber Magee’s Station Pub, 321 Selby St, Nanaimo

Thur 7, 9:30-2pm Restoration of Ruby Creek - HAT is hosting a volunteer restoration event in Metchosin on protected land next to Witty's Lagoon Park. Owls have been spotted on this property! Invasive Removal with coffee, snacks and carpooling available - RSVP or 250-995-2428.

Fri 8, 5-10pm Celebrate Your Watershed with Peninsula Streams Society at our Annual 'Dinner, Dance and Silent Auction' Fundraiser. Delicious food, spirited bidding, fantastic door prizes and delightful music with fiddle, old-time country and western swing from 'Water in the Crawl Space.' $40 or 2 for $75. Prospect Lake Community Hall, 5358 Sparton Road.

Fri 8 - Sun 10 Placemaking, Urban Permaculture and Design. A 3-day workshop at OUR EcoVillage with Starhawk, Charles Williams, Brandy Gallagher, and other guest teachers.

Fri 8 All day Urban permaculture tour in Victoria, 7pm evening panel with Starhawk/Mark Lakeman/Charles Williams/Brandy Gallagher at the Sunset Room.

Sat 9, 9am–1pm International Migratory Bird Day Drop-in Event at Elk/Beaver Lake Regional Park. Join CRD Parks, Rocky Point Bird Observatory and the Victoria Natural History Society to learn about the journey that birds take from their summer and winter homes. Activities for birders of all ages, expertise and abilities. Meet at tents adjacent to the Beaver Lake Nature Centre off Beaver Lake Road.

BC Transit #70 or #72

Sat 9, 9:45-1pm Invasive Plant removal at Camrose Park with the Greater Victoria Green Team. We will be removing Himalayan Blackberry and Privet from this special little Garry oak habitat park. Sign-up:

Sat 9, 10am-4pm A Little Course in Human Shadow: Reclaiming The Gold  Experience practices that give glimpses into learning about shadow and begin the necessary befriending (reclaiming) process required for integration and wholeness. $95 + GST. Royal Roads Continuing Studies: 250-391-2513

Sat 9, 1–2:30pm What Have You Seine Today? Guided Walk (5 years+) at Witty’s Lagoon Regional Park (Metchosin). Join CRD Parks naturalists to use a seine net and see what creatures live in the deeper reaches of the ocean. Be prepared to get your feet wet (bring sandals or beach shoes). Meet on the main beach. Park in main parking lot off Metchosin Rd. and follow the 20–minute forest trail to the beach. BC Transit #54 or #55

Sat 9-Sun 10, 9am-4pm Mindful Parents, Resilient Children Learn how mindful practices can aid in the treatment of anxiety, depression, Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and stress-related conditions. $295 + GST. Royal Roads Continuing Studies: 250-391-2513,

Sat 9, 10am-2pm Annual Spring Organic Plant Sale.  Amazing, all-organic, all local veggie, herb and flower starts for your garden. Heirloom tomatoes, delicious salad greens, companion plants, medicinal herbs, and much more await you! Compost Education Centre 1216 North Park Street.

Sat 9, 2-5pm CRD Efficient Irrigation Workshop. Irrigation experts will explain system components, discuss scheduling & maintenance tips, and explain the CRD Water Conservation programs. Call 250.474.9684 to pre-register or visit Sooke.

Sun 10, 10-2pm Superhero Pollinators, at Chase Woods Nature Preserve, Duncan. Guest Speaker Biologist James Miskelly, an insect expert who works in the conservation and management of Garry oak ecosystems and endangered species. Details:

Sun 10, 11:30am–3:30pm Witty’s Hike at Low Tide Guided Adult Hike (18 years+) at Witty’s Lagoon. Join a CRD Parks naturalist and explore a complete  circuit of Witty’s Lagoon. You’ll learn fascinating local history, explore tidal pools, and discover spring wildflowers. Bring a snack or lunch, and water. Be prepared to get your feet wet (bring sandals or beach shoes). There is no fee but you must pre-register. Call 250.478.334 for meeting and location details.

Sun 10, 12:45-1pm Heritage orchard maintenance at Welland Legacy Orchard  in View Royal with the Greater Victoria Green Team and LifeCycles Project Society. Sign up here:

Sun 10, 7pm White Water, Black Gold & a post-screening discussion with filmmaker, David Lavallee. Follows David Lavallee on his three-year journey across Western Canada in search of answers about the activities of the world’s thirstiest oil industry: the Tarsands. West Coast Greens Speaker Series. $10 $10 to cover the costs of screening the film. 843 Fort Street, Victoria.



Mon 11, 4:30pm David Suzuki Blue Dot movement. Please join us as we make a presentation to Nanaimo City Council, with Paul Manly, writer, environmental journalist and war veteran Trevor Greene, Nicolas John Read and concerned Nanaimo residents. We are going to request that the City of Nanaimo join thirty-six other municipalities that have passed declarations recognizing the right to fresh air, clean water, and healthy food.

Mon 11, 7:30pm Public Presentation on Micro-housing Community Development-- As One Possible Response to Homelessness in Victoria. Join Mark Lakeman and Andrew Heben for 2 days of events opening conversation in the community about micro-housing "tiny house" community developments as one possible answer to the problem of chronic homelessness. Victoria City Hall, Centennial Square.

Tue 12-Wed 13, 9am-5pm Nonviolent Communication: The Language of Goodwill and Responsibility  Discover why NVC is such a powerful process for relationship-building, team-building and establishing a solid foundation based on trust and transparency. $350 + GST. Royal Roads Continuing Studies: 250-391-2513, or toll free 1-866-890-0220.

Tue 12, 5-7pm Green Drinks at The Drake Eatery, just across Pandora from Swans Hotel & Brewpub

Tue 12, 7pm Keeping the Peace - an Evening with Chiefs and Elders of Treaty 8 First Nations, who are challenging the Site C dam. Chief Roland Willson, West Moberly First Nation, Chief Derek Orr, McLeod Lake Indian Band, George Desarlais, West Moberly Elder, Craig Benjamin, Amnesty International Canada. By donation. All proceeds to Treaty 8 court challenges against the Site C dam. First Metropolitan United Church, 932 Balmoral Rd, Victoria. Please RSVP on Facebook.

Wed 13, 11am-1pm Save Shawnigan Water Peaceful Rally at the Legislature, Victoria. Please RSVP through Facebook:

Wed 13, 7pm All the Time In the World. Awareness Film Night Season Finale. A deeply personal and magical portrait of a family of 5 who decide to spend 9 months over winter in a small cabin without road access, electricity, phones or even clocks.  Beautifully filmed by the mom, Suzanne Crocker (family physician turned filmmaker), moviegoers can glimpse what unfolds when we disconnect from our hectic technological world.  Edward Milne Community School theatre 6218 Sooke Rd.  By donation.

Wed 13, 7pm CRD Efficient Irrigation Controller Scheduling Workshop. Irrigation experts will explain system components, discuss scheduling & maintenance tips, and explain the CRD Water Conservation programs. Call 250.474.9684 to pre-register or visit Saanich.

Thur 14, 4-7pm Launch of World Tree Carbon Offsets Program. Delta Ocean Pointe Hotel, Victoria.

Thur 14, 7pm Movies at Cinecenta. Enjoy Coastal Tarsands: Journey to the Deleted Islands and Rainforest: The Limit of Splendour. Enjoy a cinematic kayak journey through where supertankers will navigate if the Enbridge builds its Northern Gateway Pipeline, and contrast tree farms with an ancient Pacific rainforest where the filmmaker climbs high into the canopy of majestic trees. Cinecenta, UVic Student Union Building.

Fri 15, 8-10am Resilient Regions Breakfast at the Songhees Wellness Centre. RSVP required.

Fri 15, 9-12pm One bird, two bird, red-listed bluebird. Cowichan Garry Oak Preserve, Duncan. Guest Speaker Jemma Green, Garry Oak Ecosystem Recovery Team Western Bluebird Technician in the Cowichan Valley, who coordinates the project and is busy planning for the next breeding season.

Fri 15, 9am-5pm “I Have A Dream”: Activism and Right Speech  Explore how we can apply the tactics of Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. to present day issues, whether we’re addressing organizational, political, environmental or even personal concerns. $125 + GST. Royal Roads Continuing Studies: 250-391-2513, or toll free 1-866-890-0220.

Fri 15, 6pm Media and Democracy - a talk by David Barsamian, host of Alternative Radio CFUV 101.9 FM, award-winning investigative journalist in the independent media landscape. Student Union Building’s Upper Lounge (near Cinecenta). Suggested donation $5-10.

Fri 15, 7pm Healthy Joints Workshop with Jo Phillips, RNCP, Registered Nutritional Consultant.  Is inflammation something we have to live with? Learn how to reduce it and strengthen our joints so that they are less easily injured. Focusing on simple diet and lifestyle changes crucial for maintaining healthy joints. Ahimsa Yoga, #202 - 6750 West Coast Road (Hope Centre) Sooke. $15. 250 642-6635

Sat 16, 12-12:15pm Hands Across the Lands and Sands at Willows Beach, Oak Bay. At noon tody people around the world will be gathering to hold hands for 15 minutes. This global gathering is a personal commitment to looking ahead at a clean energy future.

Sat 16, 1–2:30pm Ugh! A Slug! Guided Walk (All ages) at Elk/Beaver Lake. Stroll along with a CRD Parks naturalist to peek under fallen logs and leaves in search of the giant gastropod that is one of nature’s best recyclers. Meet Beaver Lake Nature Centre off main parking lot. BC Transit #70 or #72



Mon 18, 7pm A National Carbon Tax for Canada. An evening of information and discussion with Dr. Charles Krusekopf from Royal Roads University. A BCSEA Victoria Chapter event. First Met United Church, 932 Balmoral Road.

Mon 18, 7:30 Healing Ecology: A Buddhist Perspective on the Eco-crisis.  Talk with renowned scholar, ethicist and Zen teacher David Loy, who will discuss the unique perspective provided by Buddhism that can empower our efforts to protect, rather than degrade, the biosphere. Co-sponsored by Saltspring Public Library and Salt-spring EcoDharma. Saltspring Public Library, 129 McPhillips Ave., Ganges. Admission by donation.

Tue 19, 6:30pm The Green Economy: A Community Discussion with Elizabeth May MP and Fran Hunt-Jinnouchi, Green Party Candidate for Cowichan-Malahat-Langford. Silver Bridge Inn, 140 Trans Canada Highway, Duncan.

Tue 19, 7pm Healing the Self, Healing the Earth: A Buddhist Perspective on the Eco-Crisis. David Loy discusses the important parallels between what Buddhism says about our personal predicaments and our collective challenges today in relation to the rest of the biosphere. Co-sponsored by U.Vic Schools of Environmental Studies; Cultural, Social and Political Thought; Global Studies; Asia-Pacific Initiatives; Studies in Religion and Society; and the Victoria Shambhala Centre. VSMC: 2033 Belmont St. Victoria. By donation. 

Thur 21, 4:30-7:30pm Esquimalt Farmers Market, Esquimalt Town Square (behind the library). Meet the local farmers who grow your food. Farmers, food products, wineries, crafters and artisans and food trucks.

Thur 21-Sun 24 Strategically Green - BC Green Party Conference. Workshops, Discussions, Andrew Weaver MLA special presentation. Coast Bastion Hotel, Nanaimo.

Sat 23, 9am-5pm Introduction to Cob Building In this hands-on workshop find out why cob building has seen a revival in recent years by the natural building and sustainability movement. $75 + GST. Royal Roads Continuing Studies: 250-391-2513, or toll free 1-866-890-0220.

Sat 23, 2-5pm CRD Efficient Irrigation Maintenance Workshop. Irrigation experts will explain system components, discuss scheduling & maintenance tips, and explain the CRD Water Conservation programs. Call 250.474.9684 to pre-register or visit Sidney.

Sat 23, 12:30–2pm Sandy Shore Explore Guided Walk (All ages) at Witty’s Lagoon. Join a CRD naturalist for an intertidal exploration and discover the strange and wonderful creatures that appear between the tides. Be prepared to get your feet wet (bring sandals or beach shoes). Meet on the main beach. Park in the main parking lot off Metchosin Rd. and follow the 20–minute forest trail to the beach.BC Transit #54 or #55

Sun 24, 1-2:30pm The Best Nest Guided Walk (7 years & under) at Francis/King Regional Park. Spring is here and birds are busy! Bring your little ones and join a CRD Parks naturalist to discover nests and look for homes of hummingbirds, robins and more. Children will experience life as a small bird through story time, a forest ramble, and a nest craft to take home.



Mon 25, 6:30pm Movie Monday: Wisdom to Survive. Thought leaders and activists in science, economics and spirituality discuss how we can evolve and take action in the face of climate disruption. By donation, Eric Martin Pavilion Theatre, 1900 block Fort St.  250-595-FLiC

Mon 25, 7pm Farmland Community Forum. Come and hear the findings of an exploratory study of ways in which local governments and partners can hold and manage farmland in Saanich, North Saanich and the CRD. Saanich Commonwealth Place, Arbutus Room, 4636 Elk Lake Dr. Saanich.

Tue 26, 5:30-7:30pm Green Drinks Saanich Peninsula at Zanzibar Cafe, 1164 Stelly's X Rd.

Wed 27, 7-9pm Becoming Animal: Into the Depths of an Earthly Cosmology  Join David Abram, cultural ecologist, wild philosopher and author of The Spell of the Sensuous and Becoming Animal, for an evening of storytelling, wonder, and the untamed magic.  $25 + GST. Royal Roads Continuing Studies: 250-391-2513, or toll free 1-866-890-0220.

Fri 29-Sun, 31 Between the Human Animal and the Animate Earth: Falling Awake  Join David Abram for an in residence retreat at Stowel Lake Farm on Salt Spring Island, exploring our animal experience of the animate earth. $695 + GST (Camping and Islander rates also available.) Royal Roads Continuing Studies: 250-391-2513, or toll free 1-866-890-0220.

Fri 29, 5:30pm - 10pm South Vancouver Island Green Party Rally: Celebrating Elizabeth May's 4th Year as First Elected Green Party Member. McDonald Park Airplane Hangar. Elizabeth will speak, as well as other Green Party candidates & special guests. Live music, local food trucks, craft beer, children's activities. Food trucks and activities from 5:30pm, main event at 7pm. Are you interested in offering activities or adding to our rally? Do you want to volunteer? Email

Sat 30, 9:45-1pm Join the Greater Victoria Green Team and Esquimalt Parks at Macaulay Park for an Ivy and Blackberry removal volunteer event. Join here:

Sat 30, 9am Bird Walk with Geoffrey Newell of the Friends of Uplands Park. Meet at Cattle Point with your binoculars and enjoy the spring birds of the marine foreshore and Uplands Park.

Sat 30, 10am-12pm Soil Science 101. Compost Education Centre 1216 North Park Street.  FREE, but must pre-register. Register at or 250-386-9676.

Sat 30, 2-4pm Converted Freezer Composters. Join us to learn how to convert an old freezer into an efficient, rodent-proof composter, and join the raffle to purchase the converted freezer composter for the cost of materials. Compost Education Centre 1216 North Park Street. Cost $20/$15 (or free with membership). Register at or 250-386-9676.

Sat 30, 7pm First Nations legal challenges against Northern Gateway. Sierra Club BC’s Youth Environmental Leadership Program presents a fantastic double bill in support of First Nations legal challenges. The Sweet Lowdown and West My Friend are two of Victoria’s most exciting bands, constantly touring across Canada and worldwide. Studio Robazzo, 2001-F Douglas St., Victoria. Tickets available at Larsen Music.

Sun 31, 8am–4pm Coast Trail Guided Adult Hike (18 years+) at East Sooke Regional Park (East Sooke) Join CRD Parks naturalists for one of Canada’s premier day hikes. Enjoy ocean breezes, great views and lush coastal forests on this challenging 7-hour hike. Fit hikers only. $10+GST. Pre–registration required by May 29. Space is limited. Call 250.478.3344 for registration and meeting location details.

Sun 31, 1–2:30pm Mystery Creature Guided Walk (5 years+) at Coles Bay Regional Park, North Saanich. Solve the riddles to find the clues hidden along the trail with a CRD Parks naturalist. Then piece the puzzle together to discover who the mystery creature is. Meet info kiosk in the parking lot off Inverness Road.



Haliburton Farm Spring Food Box

Bonus 20% worth of beautiful certified organic produce, to thank our subscribers for your support. 6 Weeks in the Spring: May–June ($20 per box – total $120 in one payment). Starts May 20. Pick-up day Wednesday 11am-6pm at the farm inside the farm cooler. Alternative pick-up location in Fairfield.  250-658-0758.



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March through June. Volunteers needed to lead school programs at the Cowichan Estuary Nature Centre. Training provided. 250-746-0227.

Biweekly. Garry Oak Ecosystem Restoration at Fort Rodd Hill. Help us win the battle against invasive species and assist in our meadow project at Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site. Scheduled volunteer days.  250-812-8133

Every Day (except Monday) Victoria Public Market, Hudson’s Bay, Douglas St. Maryanne Carmack, 250 884 8552

Every day, 9:00-4:30 Goldstream Nature House Eagle Extravaganza – see eagles feasting off the remains of the Chum salmon run use nature house binoculars. Cozy in by the fireplace with a hot cuppa. Ask Naturalist all kinds of questions.

Every Mon, 10am -12pm Brodick/Bow Parks (Saanich) Invasive Species removal. Volunteers needed. Training, gloves, and tools provided. No dogs. Judy 250-472-0515

Every Tue, 9am Tuesday Morning Birding. Meet foot of Bowker Ave, waterfront off Beach Drive in Oak Bay. Bill Dancer 250-721-5273. Novice and experienced birders all welcome.

Every Wed, 11-6pm Haliburton Food Box Program.  Receive a luscious weekly box of certified organic seasonal produce from the farmers who grow the food. 741 Haliburton Rd (off the Pat Bay Highway), Victoria

Every Wed, 3:30-5:30pm Cowichan Community Green Work Party. Community Urban Food Forest, 360 Duncan Street, Duncan. 250-748-8506

Every Wed and Sun, 9am Bird Walks with naturalists, Swan Lake Nature Sanctuary, 3873 Swan Lake Rd. Margaret Lidkea 479-0211

Every Thur and Sat. Volunteer events at Swan Lake Christmas Hill Nature Sanctuary. Charlotte Houston

Every Sat, 8am Morning Birding. See for each week’s location. VNHS. Novice and experienced birders all welcome.

Every Sat, 9-12pm Beacon Hill Park Ivy Pull. Volunteers welcome. Cornelia 250-920-3556

Every Sun, 1:30-3:30pm Bee in the Garden at Spring Ridge Commons, Corner of Chambers + Gladstone (Fernwood)

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