The Central Okanagan Parks and Wildlife Trust changed its name to the Central Okanagan Land Trust in June, 2007.
The Central Okanagan Land Trust is dedicated to preserving, conserving and fostering nature or wildlife sanctuaries, parks or reserves in the Central Okanagan of British Columbia. The Central Okanagan Land Trust is a registered charity with Canada Revenue Agency.
The Central Okanagan Land Trust accepts cash gifts, which it uses to promote conservation, and gifts of land for preservation. The Central Okanagan Land Trust may also accept conservation covenants on land in the Central Okanagan. A conservation covenant restricts the use of the land. The authority for a conservation covenant is in section 219 of the Land Title Act, RSBC 1996, c. 250. By placing a conservation covenant on your land, you as an owner may continue to own your property, but restrict what future owners may do on the land. The purpose of any restrictions is to prevent future owners from interfering with the natural habitat on part or all of the land.
The Central Okanagan Land Trust may also issue tax receipts for gifts of land certified by the Federal Minister of the Environment (or by certain designated agencies) as ecologically sensitive property. The gifts may include conservation covenants.
The address for the Central Okanagan Land Trust is 217-1889 Springfield RoadKelowna, B.C.; V1Y 5V5.
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