Blogger Resource Page
Writing for Land Lines
Land Lines is proud to publish an array of stories from across Canada. Ranging from outdoor adventures to stories about species, our blog is home to posts meant to captivate nature lovers everywhere.
Pitching your story
Interested in sharing your nature story? Send a brief (two to three sentence long) outline of your potential blog post to firstname.lastname@example.org. We require all submissions be of original work and related to nature and/or conservation.
We do not accept sponsorships, donations or paid collaborations in exchange for a guest post feature. Promoting specific businesses and requesting product endorsements are also not allowed on our blog.
To get a sense of the type of stories we’re looking for, here are past examples of stories by our guest bloggers:
Let's make a toast to stopping feeding bread to birds by Tina-Louise Rossit
Exploring the Fraser River Estuary by Fernando Lessa
Salmon run season: Witnessing the remarkable resilience of chum by Jaime Clifton-Ross
Invasive species and the steward's roleby Bill Moses
Reposting material from our blog
Please contact us if you would like to repost a blog found on Land Lines. We ask that you add, “This post originally appeared on the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s blog, Land Lines,” with a link back to our blog at the bottom of the original post.
Photos and/or videosSome of the photos and videos seen on the blog may be subject to outside use. To request permission and higher-res versions of a photo, please contact us here.
Writing about the Nature Conservancy of Canada
Word of mouth is one of the best ways we have of promoting our work. Should you wish to blog about NCC, we'd be happy to discuss story ideas and connect you with our staff. Please contact us here for more information.
Thank you so much for your support!
If you would like to show your support for land conservation and the Nature Conservancy of Canada on your website or blog or have any questions, please contact our director of editorial services, Christine Beevis Trickett.