Cunningham Woods

Cunningham Woods is a small 1-acre Douglas Fir forest area located inside ring road on the University of Victoria's campus grounds. The University planned to build on the site in 2000, but a lobbying campaign resulted in a freeze on development being placed on the area. In 2016, however, the University of Victoria adopted a new campus plan, identifying a portion of the Cunningham Woods as a 'protected area', and a portion as a 'potential building site' (see image below from page 61 of Campus Plan 2016).

Welcome to our new website

Red-barked arbutus tree leaning over the beach.

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We're excited to announce the launch of our new website.

Built on the Open Outreach software for nonprofits, our website is an easy-to-use tool that will allow staff and volunteers to easily update the site keeping it relevant to our members and site visitors.

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Driftwood logs on the beach.

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