Donate to, and share, our Giving Tuesday Campaign: Save YEG Nature
Click here to donate to Save YEG Nature. Your donation will help EALT care for 2,243 acres of nature, and will add even more to that total. You can even donate in honour of someone to receive a digital 4x6 image with details of the donation’s impact, which you can choose to send as a digital stocking stuffer, or print and slip into a loved ones stocking!
Retweet to have $10 Donated to EALT on Your Behalf!
On Giving Tuesday, Nov 27th visit @Benevity and retweet the video that is pinned to the top of their profile. You must select “retweet with comment” and mention @EdAreaLandTrust in your tweet. It’s that simple! Benevity will donate $10 to EALT, on your behalf!
Get your stocking stuffers from the EALT Online Shop.
Click here to visit EALT’s Online Shop. Our most popular item is the Pollinator Bundle, which includes ID guides for Butterflies, Bees, and Moths, along with a bonus reusable bag and Protecting Pollinators pamphlet! The runners up are our popular Nature’s Nourishment Cook Book, and Nature Kit for Kids. A hidden gem in the store, that won’t fit in a stocking, is the gorgeous Wolf Intarsia Mosaic which was donated by a very talented volunteer with 100% proceeds going to EALT’s conservation efforts!
4. Go shopping for EALT products at Meika’s Birdhouse.
Meika’s Birdhouse is located in Sherwood Park and sells products made by EALT volunteers, to support local conservation efforts. You will find Chickadee Nest Boxes, Tree Swallow Nest Boxes, Saw-whet Owl Boxes, and Bee Hotels here. All perfect gifts for the nature lover on your list!
5. Purchase a Wildflower Bracelet or YEG Valley Bracelet from the Lotus Page Project.
The Lotus Page Project donates $5 from every Wildflower Bracelet and YEG Valley Bracelet. Check out the links to see what the beads on each bracelet symbolize. These bracelets are a meaningful gift for anyone, and are even the perfect way to treat yourself!
6. Register for a Forest Walk With Heidi
Heidi donates a portion of proceeds from her Forest Therapy Walks to EALT. Upcoming dates include Dec 2, Dec 9, and Dec 16. Find more information on the Facebook Events Page.
7. Drop a cash donation in one of our donation boxes at Meika’s Birdhouse, Wild Birds Unlimited, and Wildbird General Store!
Meika’s Birdhouse (971A Ordze Road, Sherwood Park), Wild Birds Unlimited (12204 107 Ave, Edmonton), and Wildbird General Store (4712 99 Street, Edmonton) all have donation boxes available to collect cash donations for EALT. And they are all great places to shop local for the nature lover on your list, and also get something to treat your backyard birds! Which is the closest to you?
8. Sign up to become an EALT volunteer.
EALT volunteers help us steward our conservation lands, spread awareness at community events, and develop digital material by writing and designing. We send out an email once a month with upcoming volunteer opportunities. You can then sign up to volunteer as it meets your schedule and interests. It’s that simple! Visit our Volunteer Webpage for more info and click the green button to subscribe to our emails!
9. Become a monthly donor.
Click here to access our secure donation page and select ‘donate monthly.’ Fitting your donations into your monthly budget is a great way to plan donations into your busy financial schedule, and benefits EALT on an ongoing basis! Your donations will help EALT with our ongoing conservation efforts, to care for 2,243 acres of nature and add even more to that total! You can even visit these natural areas to take a much needed nature break, to revive your mental and physical well-being. Directions to these nature sanctuaries are found on each conservation land’s dedicated webpage.
10. Spread the Word!
Help us spread the word to your family and friends! Share EALT’s post or page on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, or even email or text it to a friend (copy and paste this link: https://www.ealt.ca/blog/10-ways-to-save-yeg-nature )! You can find us on Instagram too.