Tanaeya Kring walks through the entrance of NCC's Old Man on His Back site. (Photo by Mark Taylor)

Tanaeya Kring walks through the entrance of NCC's Old Man on His Back site. (Photo by Mark Taylor)

Get Involved

A conservation volunteer cleans the bison handling facility at Old Man on His Back. (Photo by Gail Chin)

A conservation volunteer cleans the bison handling facility at Old Man on His Back. (Photo by Gail Chin)

There are many ways to get involved and help support our conservation work in Saskatchewan.

Become a Conservation Volunteer

The Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC's) Conservation Volunteers program engages people in the conservation of natural habitats while providing a meaningful, hands-on education experience in ecologically significant natural areas. All events are designed to ensure volunteer time is dedicated to critical conservation actions.

Since 2008, we have offered volunteers in Saskatchewan the opportunity to join NCC staff on projects designed to contribute to long-term stewardship of our conservation areas. Conservation Volunteers events in Saskatchewan include tree planting, counting and recording native flora and fauna, even upgrading a bison handling facility at Old Man on His Back Ranch.

More about the Conservation Volunteers program >

Become a Leader in Conservation

An avocet steps through some water. (Photo by Mike Dembeck)

An avocet steps through some water. (Photo by Mike Dembeck)

Saskatchewan's NCC Leaders in Conservation program has been designed with you in mind. Your ongoing yearly contribution of $1,000 or more helps NCC's Saskatchewan Region profile its residents as leaders in conserving and protecting Saskatchewan's natural heritage. Membership in NCC's Leaders in Conservation program ensures a tour of some NCC properties to see, first hand, how these contributions are making a difference.

Each donation results in a charitable receipt and recognition through NCC's publications. An open invitation is also extended to those donating funds to join other volunteers in education experiences and species-counting CV days.

More about the Leaders in Conservation program >

Join the Property Watch Program

Volunteers check out NCC's Old Man on His Back property. (Photo by Mark Taylor)

Volunteers check out NCC's Old Man on His Back property. (Photo by Mark Taylor)

Consider adopting a property and join us to learn more about wildlife and the art of conserving nature. NCC Saskatchewan has a great new program!

Designed by popular demand, NCC's Saskatchewan Region’s new Property Watch Program is taking shape and gaining momentum! If you are interested in nature and crave some one-on-one with it, this is certainly the program for you! Property Watch matches volunteers with NCC owned properties that require a little extra attention.

More about the Property Watch Program >

Supporter Spotlight

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