Gary oak habitat (Photo by Tim Ennis/NCC)

Gary oak habitat (Photo by Tim Ennis/NCC)

Donor Spotlight

  • Gladys Murphy and her late husband Fergus, NCC Donors
    Gladys Murphy

    Gladys Murphy, NCC Donor

  • Cheryl Cho, NCC Donor
    Cheryl Cho

    Cheryl Cho, NCC Donor

  • True nOARth team, clockwise from top left: Charlotte Sobolewski, Sandra Farwell, Kristin Jeffery and Colleen Whelan (Photo by Danielle Davies)
    True nOARth strong and free

    Colleen Whelan, Charlotte Sobolewski, Kristin Jeffery and Sandra Farwell have a message to share. And they’re willing to endure the near unthinkable to make sure Canadians, especially Canadian women, are listening.

  • Jean Britton and Ransom Slack (Photo provided by Britton and Slack)
    Jean Britton and Ransom Slack

    Since 2003, Jean and Ransom have been supporting conservation in Manitoba as an answer to their vow to make a difference.

  • Sharon Downs
    Sharon Downs

    NCC Donor

  • Joan Feather, NCC donor
    Joan Feather

    NCC donor

  • Leslie Ann Chandler
    Leslie Ann Chandler

    In honour of his wife’s passion for nature, Keenan Seattle donated funds from her estate to a conservation project in their home province.

  • Luana Boulanger (Photo by Maria Navarro)
    Luana Boulanger: For the love of the land

    On the land she has come to love deeply, Luana Boulanger reflects on the beauty of nature and its benefits and meditates on its complex and delicate balance. By donating her property to a partner organization of the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), she is ensuring a future for this place that inspires contemplation and learning.

  • Marianne Girling (Photo courtesy of Karen Girling)
    Marianne Girling

    Marianne Girling’s passion for nature and philanthropy lives on through a generous gift in her Will.

  • Matyas Henn (Photo by NCC)
    Matyas Henn: protecting where the animals live

    You’re never too young to protect nature. Take Matyas Henn, age 4, who recently donated all of his pocket money to the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC).

  • Marjorie Cameron (Photo by Nathan Elson)
    Marjorie Cameron

    Marjorie Cameron’s life-long passion for the Canadian Prairies is helping ensure a future for greater sage-grouse.

  • Lynda Griffiths (Photo by Nathan Elson)
    Lynda Griffiths

    Thanks to the support of a broad range of funders, including a gift from Lynda Griffiths, NCC has added the Next Creek lands to Darkwoods, expanding the property by 7,900 hectares (19,500 acres).

  • The Mickelson family (Photo by Taylor Roades)
    The Mickelson Family

    The Mickelson family came together to celebrate the late Bob Mickelson’s life as well as create a legacy that would commemorate the family’s presence in the Roblin community for more than a century.

  • Joan Feather (Photo courtesy of Joan Feather)
    Joan Feather

    Joan Feather is a hero for grasslands in Saskatchewan. She is a shining example of thousands of NCC donors who support our work from coast to coast to coast.

  • Allan Shaw (Photo by Denis Duquette)
    Allan Shaw

    In a choice between nature and development, Allan Shaw chose to go green.

  • Tim Hartley (Photo by Wendy Hartley)
    Tim Hartley

    Thanks to the help of several generous donors, including Tim Hartley, NCC has worked closely with scientists and the surrounding landowners to better understand and protect the biodiversity of Kenauk.

  • Jean-Michel Beaulieu
    Jean-Michel Beaulieu: Going the distance for our environment

    Jean-Michel Beaulieu, a member of the Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC’s) young philanthropist leaders committee, recently held his third fundraising event for Canada's natural areas.

  • John Caraberis and Bonnie Bond (Photo by NCC)
    John Caraberis and Bonnie Bond

    John Caraberis and Bonnie Bond have been involved with the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) as donors and volunteers for three decades. The couple helped establish the Pugwash Estuary Nature Reserve, now an NCC Nature Destination.

  • Trail marking at Alfred-Kelly Nature Reserve (Photo by NCC)
    Paul Archer’s challenge

    At the end of 2018, Paul Archer, chair of the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC)'s regional board and a loyal NCC partner, took up a fundraising challenge. Its goal: to support NCC in our efforts to provide access to nature through the development of safe trails.

  • Paul Archer (NCC), Denis Paradis (Government of Canada), Jean Laporte (NCC), Isabelle Charest (Government of Quebec), Robert Winsor (donor), Marie-Josée Auclair (Appalachian Corridor), Joël Bonin (NCC), Mélanie Lelièvre (Appalachian Corridor), Michel Saucier (donor), Gisèle Beaulieu (donor), Jacques Drolet (Bolton-Ouest) and Bertrand Larivée (Conservation lac à la Truite Orford) (Photo by Martin Beaulieu)
    They’re protecting the Green Mountains

    Sometimes, it’s a special love for a region that motivates our donors. A look at our recent recognition event in the heart of the Green Mountains, in the Eastern Townships, is a shining example of that.

 

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