Here’s a list of a few natural treasures we’ve helped preserve over the years.


Conservancy Supports
Longs Peak Trail

The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has a long history in the Canadian Rockies where we have conserved over 280,000 hectares (700,000 acres).

From the East Slopes in Alberta to the South Selkirks in BC, we work towards creative conservation solutions that ensure Canadians can continue to enjoy the incredible richness of this area for now and forever.


Healing the Planet in your home/garage

We believe that we can change and minimize the global warming effects only if individuals take action. Last week, we organized a meet-up in Salt Lake City, Utah, to encourage individuals to start thinking about energy-efficiency and the ways one can reduce emissions.

We shared the tips we use when shopping for refrigerators, washing machines, and other appliances and how to tell which appliances are the most efficient.


Tree planting day at
a school in Solvang

It is essential that the young members of our society become environmentally aware. One of the ways we teach children about the ways they can help Mother Earth is through Tree planting days at schools. This particular Tree planting day was organized at a school in Solvang, California.

During the eight-hour activities, we talked about tree planting, and its positive effect on climate, as well as how taking care of our planet should be a part of individuals’ everyday lives.