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About the Landmark Campaign

Join forces with thousands of Canadians in the single largest private investment ever in Canadian conservation. It's the most ambitious fundraising initiative in the Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC's) 56-year history. It's absolutely vital to the health of Canada’s environment. And we need you to bring this campaign to life.

A minimum of 1.3 million hectares (3.2 million acres) will be protected through this campaign, bringing NCC's total lands conserved to 2.4 million hectares (6 million acres).

Your support of the Landmark Campaign will help us to conserve more land faster, connect more Canadians to nature and inspire the next generation of conservation leaders.

Conserve image (Photo by Kyle Marquardt)

The Landmark Campaign is accelerating conservation across Canada. With your help, we will protect 6 million acres (2.4 million hectares).

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Connect image (Photo by Elena Elisseeva)

The campaign will provide more opportunities for Canadians to get outdoors and appreciate nature first-hand, so that they may be inspired to protect it.

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Inspire image (iStock Photo by pixdeluxe)

Your support will inspire individuals, communities and organizations to join NCC in increasing conservation efforts across Canada.

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10 signature projects

The Landmark Campaign is accelerating conservation across Canada. With your help, we are investing in these 10 large-scale signature land and water conservation projects, protecting and connecting habitat.

Heart of Gold Grasslands, Lac-du-Bois, BC (Photo by NCC)

Heart of Gold, BC

Next Creek, BC (Photo by Gordon MacPherson

Next Creek Watershed, BC

Jim Prentice Wildlife Corridor Oelke property in the Crowsnest Pass, AB (Photo by Brent Calver)

Jim Prentice Wildlife Corridor, AB

Boreal forest, AB (Photo by MichelRapinski)

Canada's largest protected forest, AB

Hole in the Wall, SK (Photo by Jason Bantle)

Endangered grasslands, SK & MB

Big Trout Bay Lake Superior,ON (Photo by Costal Productions)

The Last Great Lakes Wilderness, ON

Backus Woods, ON (Photo by NCC)

Canada's hot spot for rare species, ON

Kenauk, QC (Photo by Kenauk Nature)

Kenauk Wildlife Corridor, QC


Colpitt Lake, NS (Photo by Irwin-Barrett)

Shaw Wilderness Park, NS

Walruses in Lancaster Sound, NU (Photo by Mario Cyr)

Tallurutiup Imanga (Lancaster Sound), NU


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