The Nature Trust’s Champions of the Wild are loyal supporters of the Nature Trust who, like you, understand the urgency of our conservation efforts and are deeply committed to our work. This program was designed as a tangible way for our most loyal and dedicated supporters to invest in the future of our natural legacy and to pool their resources with other like-minded Champions to help us shape the future of land conservation in our beautiful province.
Champions recognize both the need for ongoing, committed significant support to enable us to plan for the future and to guarantee the sustainability of the conservation work we do, and also the importance of providing unrestricted funds to ensure we are able to address the areas of greatest need.
How do you get involved?
You choose whether to make a pledge over a three or five year term. You decide the best way to give—monthly, quarterly or annually.
Please contact Barbara Haley at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Meet our Champions of the Wild
If available, you can read our Champions’ stories by clicking on their names below. (Note that some Champions of the Wild stories refer to ‘Guardians of the Land’ which is the former name for the Champions):
- Jane Allen & Rochelle Owen
- Karen Beazley & Ken Crowell
- Anne Campbell & John Lindsay
- Fred & Nancy Chipman
- Byron Corner & Patricia Robertson-Corner
- Jack & Corinne Duffy
- Rick & Mary Emberley
- Chris & Hiya Field
- Henry W. Fuller
- Anne Gillies & Nathan Brett
- Helga Guderley
- Verna J. Higgins
- John Himmelman
- Klaus & Joan Jensen
- Louisa Jones
- Susan H. Kashanski
- Stewart Lindsay
- Keith & Dany MacIntyre
- Judy Manchester & David Stevenson
- Bob & Peggy (Colthart) McCalla
- Bob & Wendy McDonald
- Catherine Milne
- Jean Milne
- Richard Rachals
- Judy Robertson & daughters
- Jason Roth & Cheryl Steadman-Roth
- Alastair Saunders & Chris Corston
- Paul & Susan Scott
- Susan Sherwin & Richmond Campbell
- Whipple Smith & Jim Kanellakos
- Darlene Stone
- Rick & Janet Whitman
- Gregor Wilson & Erica van Vulpen
Thank you also to our Champions of the Wild who wish to remain anonymous.