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Nature Days, Happy Valley Forest, ON (Photo by HSBC Bank Canada)

Nature Days, Happy Valley Forest, ON (Photo by HSBC Bank Canada)

Our Partners

Partnership is at the heart of every conservation success. Our partners include communities, landowners, foundations, corporations, governments, universities, other conservation organizations and individuals. We are grateful to our partners who have been with us year after year, sharing our passion and vision for a natural Canada. Thank you for your support.

Funding partners

Many individuals, foundations, governments and organizations support our conservation work in Ontario. These partners provide vital funding that allows us to develop our innovative approach to conservation throughout the province.

See all of our funding partners (over $1,000) in our annual report >

Science and stewardship partners

Every year dozens of groups engage with us out on the land. These partners help advance our mission of being an active contributor to conservation science and stewardship in Ontario.

See all our science and stewardship partners >

Corporate partners

Corporations' support of our work is vital from supporting priority stewardship work and volunteer activities, providing funding for property acquisitions, to marketing partnership many of Ontario's businesses help to ensure that our work continues year after year.

See all our corporate partners >

Government of Ontario

NCC is a proud partner of the Government of Ontario through the Ontario Greenlands Conservation Partnership. This is an exciting partnership accelerating conservation by matching the Province’s contributions at least $1.5 to $1 by leveraging NCC’s deep experience and relationships with private-sector donors. Together, as of March 31, 2022, we have conserved more than 97,000 hectares since the partnership first launched in 2020.  

NCC is also a trusted partner of the Government of Ontario through additional initiatives, such as the Ontario’s Protected Areas Working Group, helping to Increase protective status of Crown lands (i.e. South Shore Conservation Reserve) and delivering a landscape-scale invasive phragmites control program.  

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