- Expedition for the Earth: Patagonia 2012
- Resolutions Gone Wild
- Invest in Futures. Naturally
- Support the Nature Trust this Fall
- Troop Island Campaign
- 2016 Nature Trust Survey
- Goodbye Farley
- Wilson Fuels 2014 Charity Golf Classic
- Eastern Shore Conservation Celebration
- Row the South Shore
- About Us
The Nova Scotia Nature Trust was formed in 1994 by a group of Nova Scotians who foresaw the wisdom of conserving the province's increasingly threatened ecologically significant lands. We are an incorporated charitable organization and are designated as a conservation organization under the Conservation Easement Act of Nova Scotia.
- Our Work
The Nova Scotia Nature Trust works with private landowners and other partners to protect significant natural areas throughout the province. We protect these lands primarily through acquisition and conservation easements. In addition, we carry out many campaigns and projects to identify and protect places of unique environmental value and to educate Nova Scotians on how to be responsible stewards of our natural heritage.
- Property Explorer
- Land Conservation
- Campaigns and Projects
- Coastal Conservation
- Rogues Roost
- 100 Wild Islands
- Bon Portage Island
- Farley's Ark: The Farley and Claire Mowat Conservation Land
- Freshwater Legacy Campaign
- St. Mary's River Conservation
- Wolfville Watershed Nature Preserve
- Endangered Species Campaign
- Saving Turtles
- Birds Eye View Program
- Partridge Island
- News & Events
Read up on all the latest news and events related to the Nova Scotia Nature Trust.
- Electronic Mailing List
- Annual Dinner & Auction
- Conservation Awards
- Blue Nose Marathon
- 2017 Connecting with Nature Events Series
- Arts and Environment Partnerships
The Resources section of our website is a library of all the reports and informational brochures produced by the Nova Scotia Nature Trust.
As Nova Scotians, we know that few places on earth can rival our province for its stunning natural beauty and rich environment. And we also know that we have less of this beauty to enjoy than our grandparents did. What will our grandchildren's Nova Scotia look like? The Nova Scotia Nature Trust and its supporters hope that it's still a place of quiet forests, untouched coast, and quaking swamps. A place where you can still experience the wildly alive natural splendor that so captivated our ancestors. If what we've just described is a vision you share, no matter who you are, there are a wealth of ways you can help make it a reality.