Baddeck River Lands Adds to Our Historic Land Campaign
01 Mar 2019
Baddeck River Conservation Lands protects 130 acres of old growth forests, habitat for endangered wildlife, and ensures the future of a major provincial Wilderness Area in Cape Breton.
Nature Trust Announces Historic Land Campaign: Big Win for Canada’s Biodiversity
12 Feb 2019
The Nova Scotia Nature Trust announced an ambitious land conservation campaign today, made possible by an historic federal investment in biodiversity conservation. We could protect as many as 15 new conservation sites encompassing over 1200 hectares (3,000 acres) of Nova Scotia’s best natural areas. That’s as much land as we land protected in our first 13 years of land conservation, in just a few months!
Sobey Family Recognized for Land Donation and Leadership in Nature Trust’s St. Mary’s River Campaign
26 Oct 2018
A significant land donation to be made by Paul and Marsha Sobey gave an exciting boost to the Nova Scotia Nature Trust’s campaign to protect the beloved St. Mary’s River.
Mitchell’s Pool : Sobey Family Protects Land on the St. Mary’s River
15 Aug 2017
David and Faye Sobey entrust their 30 acre property on the St. Mary’s River to the care of the Nova Scotia Nature Trust.
Generous Gift of Islands adds to the 100 Wild Islands Legacy
22 Jul 2016
The Nova Scotia Nature Trust announced today the protection of two spectacular coastal gems, Laybolt and Witchwood Islands, the latest additions to the land trust’s iconic 100 Wild Islands coastal legacy campaign.
Headwaters to Headlands: New Nature Trust Property Connects Land and Sea
22 Oct 2015
The Nova Scotia Nature Trust has protected a significant conservation site on the Tangier River in eastern Nova Scotia, part of its ambitious campaign to protect one of North America’s last wild and ecologically rich coastal archipelagos—the 100 Wild Islands.
Nature Trust Honours Paul Gauthier’s 100 Wild Islands Legacy
23 Oct 2014
The Nova Scotia Nature Trust honoured Nova Scotian-born entrepreneur Paul Gauthier tonight in Halifax, recognising him for his transformative $3.5 million donation and his pivotal role in bringing the dream of Nova Scotia’s “100 Wild Islands” to life.
Leaving a Conservation Legacy on the Beloved St. Mary’s River
09 Aug 2014
The Nature Trust announces a new protected area on the St. Mary’s River. Life-long naturalists and passionate conservationists Hardy & Barbara Eshbaugh are protecting their 160 acre riverfront property near Waternish, on the main branch of the St. Mary’s in Guysborough County.