Faces of NCC
A family legacy on the shores of Charleston Lake
How one man’s drive to protect a piece of Charleston Lake became a family legacy.
Allison Tait: Designing for nature
Recognize and give back. Every profit is paid for by nature. A balance must be struck to replenish and give back. This is the ancient Toltec philosophy that guides business owner, nature lover and tattooist, Allison Tait.
At the top of Areez Gangji's list of charitable organizations is the Nature Conservancy of Canada. He makes flexible gifts to NCC, and NCC spends his donations on projects of greatest need.
Celebrating a life of conservation
On January 15, 2018, NCC lost a true champion for conservation, James Duncan, regional vice-president for Ontario. His legacy lives on through the James Duncan Memorial Fund.
Courtney Huberts: Nature's Aid
Meet Courtney Huberts of Nature's Aid, creators of natural skin care products for the whole family, including your pets.
Garry Innanen: A new place to call home
Former NCC Ontario board member Garry Innanen helps refresh NCC's Ambassadors' Circle in Ontario.
Great Lakes Foundation
When it comes to protecting the Great Lakes waterways and shorelines, Rich Barzyk believes borders don’t matter.
Greg Barnett: A life shaped in nature
Greg Barnett spent his life fascinated by nature and the world around him. His love of nature and passion for helping others will be recognized at NCC’s Goldie Feldman Nature Reserve in the Happy Valley Forest.
Meet Greg Poehlmann: A longtime supporter of NCC, with a fondness for the natural beauty of Ontario's Frontenac Arch.
Ian Wallace: Dispenser Amenities
Ian Wallace, CEO of Dispenser Amenities, shares his thoughts on being a CEO who prioritizes the environment, and the challenge of trying to shift the hospitality industry toward sustainable approaches.