Greg and Suzanne Amos: A Passion for Coastal Conservation
10 Feb 2022
Greg and Suzanne Amos have been part of the Nova Scotia conservation scene since the early 1980’s. In addition to playing a key part of a team ensuring the protection of Gaff Point and Hirtles Beach, they have also supported the Nature Trust in many ways, from creating and donating donor recognition pieces for our Legacy Circle members through their company, Amos Pewter, to making a multi-year commitment to our campaign to protect Twice the Wild. We’re delighted to share their story as our Donors of the Month!
Cape Breton’s Conservation Hero, David Rumsey
25 Oct 2019
This year in the Mabou Highlands of Cape Breton, the Nature Trust has secured the largest protected area in our 25 year history. But behind this success story is a long and arduous journey of hurdles and delays — an impossible feat without the herculean efforts and generosity of this year’s Nature Trust Conservation Award recipient.
A wondrous win for birds – Seal Island protected
17 Aug 2019
We’ve got good news for birds and bird lovers. On Friday August 16, we officially announced the protection of 650 acres on Seal Island. Its protection is welcome news amidst plummeting migratory bird populations across the planet.
Celebrating a Historic Year in Conservation
26 Jun 2019
What a year – 2019 has been the most exciting and successful year for conversation achievements in the Nature Trust's 25 year history! Find out more by reading our 2018/2019 Gratitude Report and watch a short video highlighting the awe-inspiring beauty of these new conservation lands.
Sanctuary for endangered reptiles expanded through Lasting Landscapes—the first of 17 new conservation sites celebrated!
06 May 2019
Nova Scotia’s most endangered reptiles will emerge from hibernation knowing more of their critical habitat has been safeguarded. That is because a 93-acre property in Barren Meadow has been permanently protected by the Nova Scotia Nature Trust. This is the first of 17 new conservation sites celebrated that were protected through the Lasting Landscapes campaign.
Nature Trust’s Historic Land Campaign to Exceed Ambitious Targets
28 Mar 2019
Our Lasting Landscapes campaign was already on track for historic land conservation achievements. Now, an unexpected $400,000 top-up in matching funds means even greater biodiversity wins can be leveraged for Nova Scotia. But to seize this new opportunity, we need to raise another $100,000, and protect 2 new conservation sites, by April 5, 2019.
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!