The Geography of Giving
13 Mar 2019
Bob and Peggy McCalla, Guardians of the Land, map out their journey of support for the Nature Trust. As Bob says, “…it matters that you choose to support that which you love.”
Henry Fuller: A Lifetime of Conservation
21 Feb 2019
Henry Fuller is the longest serving Board Member of the Nova Scotia Nature Trust and a Guardian of the Land since 2014. He has chosen to direct his life towards conservation for one simple reason: “If you enjoy nature, you have a responsibility to help support its protection.
Guardians from Afar – Patricia Robertson-Corner and Byron Corner
15 Sep 2018
Pat Robertson-Corner and Byron Corner speak about their decision to support the Nova Scotia Nature Trust - even though their home is now in Ontario.
Our First Guardians: Anne Campbell and John Lindsay
13 Sep 2018
Anne Campbell and John Lindsay are our first Guardians of the Land. We are honoured to share their story.
Helga Guderley and John Himmelman: Active Guardians of the Land
15 Aug 2018
With successful teaching and research careers behind them, John Himmelman and Helga Guderley are not the sorts to simply mean sitting back and enjoy the fruits of a successful life – both are active in many ways with various conservation groups, including the Nature Trust. John and Helga also recently became Guardians of the Land, recognising the need for long-term funding for the sustainability of Nature Trust work. This is their story.
Nature Trust Advocates: Chris and Hiya Field
15 Jun 2018
Chris and Hiya Field are long time supporters of the Nova Scotia Nature Trust, and they recently agreed to a longer term relationship through the Guardians of the Land program. This is their story.
Guardians of the Land : Gregor Wilson and Erica van Vulpen
15 May 2018
A conversation with Gregor Wilson, Nova Scotia Nature Trust Board Vice Chair and one of our Guardians of the Land.
Fred & Nancy Chipman – Guardians of the Land
15 Mar 2018
For 20 years, Fred and Nancy Chipman have been keen supporters of the Nature Trust. “The Nature Trust does phenomenal work," Fred noted. "We love the fact that this is a Nova Scotia organization, preserving Nova Scotian lands in perpetuity. That's why we elected to become Guardians of the Land”