Painted turtles, QC (Photo by NCC)

Painted turtles, QC (Photo by NCC)

Our Partners

Partnership is at the heart of every conservation success at the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC). We are grateful to our partners who have been with us year after year, sharing our passion and vision for nature. Thank you for your support.

A complete list of our partners in conservation can be found in our annual report.

Blue flag (photo by NCC)
In honour of our partners

Nature lovers can contribute to the protection of our natural heritage by making an in memoriam or by becoming a member of the Nature Legacy Society.

Jean-Paul-Riopelle Nature Reserve, Laurentides (photo by Claude Bourque, CRPF)
Conservation partners

Groups and organizations dedicated to the conservation of biologically diverse lands. They contribute to NCC's conservation work on the land.

Children in nature (photo by Michel Leboeuf)
Scientific partners

Universities and research institutes involved with NCC to contribute to conservation science and habitat stewardship.

Jean-Paul-Riopelle Nature Reserve, L'Isle-aux-Grues  (photo by CDTIAG)
Individual donors

NCC's greatest strength lies in the constant involvement of thousands of donors. Each donation made to NCC ensures the long-term protection of Quebec's most ecologically valuable natural areas. Individual donors are listed in our annual report.

Portage Lake property, Beauce, QC (photo by NCC)
Corporate partners

Support long-term conservation initiatives leading to concrete results.

Nature discovery, Covey Hill (photo by Banque HSBC Canada)
Foundations

By directing funding to NCC, foundations provide vital core funding that allows NCC to pursue its conservation activities.

Volunteers looking for salamanders (photo by Serge Tanguay)
Municipal partners

NCC is proud to count among its collaborators many municipal stakeholders who share their extensive knowledge regarding the protection of natural areas.

Barachois, Gasp´┐Ż Peninsula (photo by CNC)
Regional partners

Joining forces with regional partners is a privilege for NCC, which can in turn share its resources for the benefit of our common natural heritage.

Pointe Saint-Vallier, Quebec (photo by CNC)
Governments

NCC works closely with provincial and federal governments to assist in land acquisition and stewardship activities.

 

 

Supporter Spotlight

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