Silver Anniversary: Dinner and Auction

October 17, 2019
Cunard Centre, Halifax

You’ll not want to miss this year’s Annual Dinner! It will be a spectacular celebration of 25 years of land conservation. As well, 2019 promises to be a truly historic year, with more land saved than ever before and you will want to be there to hear the full story!

Ticket information will be available soon.

2019 Partners

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Would your company like to support the protection of wild places across Nova Scotia? We are more than happy to create a partnership that is the best fit for you!

Contact Barbara or 902-425-5263 for more information.

About our Annual Dinner and Auction

The Nova Scotia Nature Trust’s Annual Dinner & Auction has a 20-year history as one of the highest profile and most prestigious environmental events in Nova Scotia. The evening is an opportunity for us to celebrate the successes of the previous year and to share this with our loyal and committed supporters.

The event begins with a reception and silent auction that is filled with unique nature-themed art, hand-crafted items, one-of-a-kind excursions and special getaway packages.

We’ve come a long way since our first dinner back in 1998. Since then we’ve heard from scientists, artists, broadcasters, musicians and more, all sharing the same, simple message; conservation matters, and our work is vitally important.

21st Annual Dinner and Auction

October 25, 2018

Our 21st Annual Dinner and Auction was a huge success, thanks to the generous outpouring of support from nearly 500 guests in attendance –our highest attendance ever! We were thrilled to share an evening celebrating conservation successes from the past year, and making exciting new announcements and honoring the Sobey family for their outstanding commitment to conservation on the St. Mary’s River.

Read more about the event and see a photo gallery.


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