About us and The 44

This acreage has been known as "the 44" by the locals for years. We're tucked away on a Southern Gulf Island between Vancouver and Victoria, BC Canada.
The 44 operates within the traditional and unceded territories of the W̱SÁNEĆ First Nations: Tsartlip, Tseycum, and Tsawout.

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Amy has a deep appreciation for nature. Her vision for the 44 revolves around reforestation, growing gardens and regenerating the land. In her alternate world, Amy is a producer of immersive technology, focussed on its potential for creating meaningful impact.

More here: aimzim.com

Adam is a designer / creative director / producer who loves to work at the intersection of art and technology. He’s mostly messing around with camera systems and building big technology with small teams.  He and some pals converted this old boat shop at the top of the 44 into a recording studio, music venue and creative space.

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The legacy of the 44 is that the land is protected from heavy development, that the community can enjoy its offerings and that nature can thrive. We don’t cut down trees unless diseased, dead or dangerous.  We try our best to continually remove invasive species and replant where we can. we replant trees in barren or logged areas to encourage wildlife to return. We harvest rainwater to run our farm and retreat. Our vision is that the 44 is protected and creates community.

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