The Gabriola Commons Foundation exists to ensure that the Gabriola Commons nourishes the social fabric of the community (social sustainability); ensures the ecological sustainability of the land and assets; remains in perpetuity as a public trust for future generations; provides ongoing community service; and demonstrates democratic and equitable stewardship.
About Gabriola Commons Foundation
Creating a Community Commons
The Gabriola Commons is a place where sustainability, community and agriculture meet.
The Gabriola Commons, located on Gabriola Island, a northern Gulf Island in the Salish Sea, features 26 acres of peaceful rural landscapes. The property includes connecting pathways, open vistas, meditative spaces, vibrant community gardens, learning and meeting spaces for the use and enjoyment of the public.
Your donation supports the creation of a unique and distinct “community commons”: land and facilities meeting community needs; engaging and celebrating community participation; providing the community with agricultural, environmental, recreational and social benefits.
The Gabriola Commons is a place for everyone.