Get Batty with the Cumberland Bat Project
The annual BC Bat count is a project of the BC Community Bat Program and the Cumberland Bat Project is jumping into action! As partners in the North Island Chapter
Gearing up for the Cumberland Home, Garden & Culture Crawl
The Cumberland Home, Garden, and Culture Crawl is a full day immersive exploration of design, heritage, storytelling, food security, art, permaculture, intergenerational living, 3rd spaces and a sneak peak into
1% for the Planet from Harmonic Arts!
We were so honoured to spend time in the forest with our good friends at Harmonic Arts during Earth Week. Yarrow Willard and Angela Willard are such amazing allies, and
Kids’ Hike to Help the Forest!
Hand-in-Hand Nature Education hosted a second annual Kids’ Hike to Help the Forest on May 15th. Families and kids who love the Cumberland Forest and Perseverance Creek came together to
Heading to the Finish Line on Lower Perseverance
We’re heading to the finish line in our effort to secure the Lower Perseverance Creek corridor! This 44 acres biodiversity corridor connects the Cumberland Community Forest Park with protected areas
Earth Week Festival Schedule Launched
Join the Cumberland Community Forest Society and Friends for a week long celebration of forests, wetlands, creeks, biodiversity, and ecological resilience in the forests, creeks, wetlands and watershed’s surrounding our
We’re Hiring! Program Coordinator Events and Engagement
Hey Forest Friends! We’re hiring! The Cumberland Community Forest Society requires an energetic and highly organized community builder for the position of Program Coordinator: Engagement and Events to support the
Year End Tidings from the Cumberland Forest
Dear Forest Friends, As the year winds to a very cold close here on Vancouver Island, the Cumberland Community Forest Society (CCFS) is reflecting on a remarkable year of learning,
Record Breaking results from the Perseverance Trail Run!
We are blown away! Not only did we survive a bomb cyclone together, the 2021 Perseverance Trail Run also raised a record breaking $30,010 for the Cumberland Community Forest Society.