Elk harem (Photo by Celes Davar)

Elk harem (Photo by Celes Davar)

Become a Leader in Conservation

Carolinian forest, Ontario (Photo courtesy of Earth Images Foundation)

Carolinian forest, Ontario (Photo courtesy of Earth Images Foundation)

Join a special group of people dedicated to protecting Canada’s precious places

The Leaders in Conservation program provides unique opportunities and benefits to individuals who make an annual contribution of $1,000 or more in support of the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC's) work. Their ongoing commitment provides the foundation of our work to preserve Canada’s great places. And since our Leaders provide undesignated gifts, we’re able to use these funds where they are needed most urgently.

Join NCC as a Leader in Conservation today and become an insider. As part of this community of like-minded people committed to conservation, you will have the opportunity to personally experience the spectacular landscapes and wildlife in your area.

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Email us or phone us at the regional contact number listed below. You can also use our secure donation form to renew or begin your support.

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Please take a moment right now to join a group of outstanding Canadians helping to preserve the unique habitats that make up our magnificent country.

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Photo Gallery

  • Hikers make their way through the forest at Wolf Grove
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    Hiking through the forest at Wolf Grove, ON.
  • Young conservationist at an LIC tour at Wolf Grove (Photo by NCC)
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    A young conservationist learns about nature at a Leaders tour in Wolf Grove.
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    Hiking through Backus Woods, ON in our Leaders tour.
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    Leaders in Conservation harvesting Cattails at an Alberta event.
  • Harvesting cattails at the Cooking with Cattails event in 2011 (Photo by NCC)
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    Cattail root to be dried and ground into a flour.
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    Harvesting cattails at the Cooking with Cattails event.
  • LIC Cooking with Cattails event (Photo by NCC)
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    Leaders in Conservation making scones from cattail roots.
  • LIC Photo Event on the G Connop property by Millarville, Alberta
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    Leaders taking pictures at the photo event with Don and Karol Dabbs.
  • LIC Photo Event with Don and Karol Dabbs on the G Connop Property in Alberta (Photo by NCC)
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    Leaders taking pictures at the photo event with Don and Karol Dabbs.
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    One of the many great photos taken at an event with Don and Karol Dabbs.
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    One of many great photos taken at the Leaders photo event.
  • LIC Photo Event on the G Connop property by Millarville, Alberta (Photo by NCC)
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    Leaders in Conservation photo event on the G Connop property, AB.
  • LIC Photo Event with Don and Karol Dabbs on the G Connop Property in Alberta (Photo by NCC)
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    Leaders taking pictures at the photo event with Don and Karol Dabbs.
  • LIC Photo Event with Don and Karol Dabbs on the G Connop Property in Alberta (Photo by NCC)
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    Leaders taking pictures at the photo event with Don and Karol Dabbs.
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    Leaders event at The Keg in Newfoundland.
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    Leaders at an event at The Keg in Newfoundland.
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    Leaders Bob Eisner and Ann Phillips on a tour of a prairie research property.
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    Leader Brian Scherman on a tour of NCC's Fairy Hill property, SK.

 

Click on the images above to learn more about the events.

Regional contacts

     

    British Columbia
    Chris Perrin
    200-825 Broughton St
    Victoria, BC V8W 1E5
    Tel: 250 479-3191 x 244
    Fax: 250 479 0546
    Toll Free: 1-888-404-8428 (in BC)
    Chris.Perrin@NatureConservancy.ca

    Alberta
    Kysha Moradel-Takaguchi
    830-105 12th Street SE
    Calgary, AB T2G 1A1
    Tel: 403-262-1253
    Fax: 403-515-6987
    Toll-free: 1-877-731-3004
    Kysha.Moradel@NatureConservancy.ca

    Saskatchewan
    Cody Barnett
    214 32nd St. W.
    Saskatoon, SK  S7L 0S4
    Cell: 306-716-9609
    cody.barnett@NatureConservancy.ca

    Manitoba
    Lisa Maskus
    200-611 Corydon Avenue
    Winnipeg, MB R3L 0P3
    Tel: 204-942-0077 
    Fax: 204-942-1016
    Lisa.Maskus@NatureConservancy.ca

     

    Ontario
    Laura Vaughan
    410-245 Eglinton Avenue East
    Toronto, ON M4P 3J1
    Tel: 416-932-3202
    Fax: 416-932-3208
    Toll Free: 1-800-465-0029
    Laura.Vaughan@NatureConservancy.ca

    Quebec
    Lyne Vandenplas
    55, av. du Mont-Royal Ouest, bureau 1000
    Montréal (Québec)  H2T 2S6
    Tél : 514-876-1606
    Télécop : 514-876-7901
    Lyne.Vandenplas@conservationdelanature.ca

    Atlantic
    Meghan Coyle
    924 Prospect Street, Ste 180
    Fredericton, NB E3B 2T9
    Tel: 506-450-6010 x3205
    Fax: 506-450-6013
    Toll Free: 1-877-231-4400
    meghan.coyle@natureconservancy.ca

     

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