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The most exciting thing about living in a clean and healthy community “would be the feeling as a father of what that would mean for my kids. I think at the moment there is an existential angst to having kids right now and their future”, living in a community where I know they are growing up with fresh clean water to drink and clean air to breathe “would be a big breath of fresh air”.

Becoming a monthly donor is supporting the health of your community. Being an EcoSociety member is putting clean water, clean air and access to fresh local food first. Thank you for shaping the future of our region for the better.

All supporters who donate $25 or more annually become members of the West Kootenay EcoSociety. Monthly giving is the best way to ensure your membership with the EcoSociety has the biggest impact.

EcoSociety does not issue charitable tax receipts, so we can be flexible and advocate for your community and the natural world.

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To find out more about giving options over $1,000, please contact us.

Please call Laura at 250-921-5497 to donate over the phone.

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West Kootenay EcoSociety
PO BOX 1152, 
Nelson, BC V1L 6H3

“The EcoSociety is a small group of dedicated and hard-working people who definitely “punch above their weight” when it comes to educating the public about environmental and sustainability issues, and taking action to protect water, air, ecosystems, wildlife and wild places in the West Kootenays. That’s why I feel honored to support the EcoSociety with regular donations and to volunteer on the Conservation Committee”

Evan Mckenzie, EcoSociety member.