Lantzville community news is happy to have John Dunn as our environment page contributor.
What is happening to Lantzville and what do we do? I think that it’s fair to say that most people in Lantzville are horrified with the recent tree removal in both upper and lower Lantzville. Looking through posts on the LCN FaceBook group page shows a wide variety of...read more
Streamkeepers 2017 April Another winter has passed with the volunteers becoming more familiar with the watersheds through stream walks. We began to build a Willow and Red Osier fence at the base of a landslide located on Bonnel Creek, Willow wattling, weaving the...read more
Stream keepers September 21 2016 With summer’s end the rains begin to refill the watersheds, flows begin to increase as rivulets flow and drain into dry tributaries which in -turn become our local Salmon stream’s as close as the closest stream to your home. Eventually...read more
Stream Keepers June 2016 Stream keeping has been very interesting with all the hot weather lately. First the streams began to dry with levels at the usual July levels with Bonnel dry half way down from the highway to the Salish Sea. Planning an early fry rescue we...read more
Lantzville beaches Lantzville has many beach options for recreation opportunities from great beach walks, summer swimming, ocean kayaking, paddle boarding and unlimited fishing opportunities. Clam and Oyster harvesting is coming to an end with the hot weather which...read more
Stream Keeping May 2016 First I would like to clarify that Lantzville does have a stream keeper group. LSK was amalgamated with Nanoose Stream Keepers Society after the death of Gordon Galloway (Galloway Marsh) the founding member. This served to simplify the...read more
Lantzville & Nanoose Stream Keepers First I want to acknowledge the late Jordan Gail for his work on keeping the Log online alive over the past years. Streamkeeping volunteers have been busy this winter with tree planting and walking the watersheds from Blood’s Creek...read more