Communities that complement their natural environments.
Having staff on their own time pulling weeds and grasses that are choking the natural flora of the region.
Doing stream reclamation that has helped bring back salmon long gone from streams that run above a neighbourhood.
Planning and developing a huge network of trails for walking and cycling as the backbone of a community.
Knowing that setting up parks and respecting natural parklands is just the beginning of being good stewards of a master-planned community.
Giving back to the wider community through contributions and volunteer activities that help foster local non-profits doing important work.
Focusing on building social networks from community centres and schools to a mix of housing options to promote communities that are authentic and sustainable.
All these are the markers of a Wesbild community, like the one now evolving at The Foothills of Burke Mountain.