2019 Earth Ambassador Program Begins

Conservation is a community effort!

The Earth Ambassador Program fosters partnerships with businesses and corporations to build support for local nature conservation, which benefits the community, residents, wildlife, and the environment.

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Meet some of our 2019 Earth Ambassadors

  • The Lotus Page - $1 from each sale of their beautiful bracelets will be donated to EALT. Check them out for a unique gift for a special someone.

  • Wild Birds Unlimited - Visit the store on March 9 to meet a live Northern Saw-whet Owl and a Peregrine Falcon! A portion of the store's proceeds for the day will be donated to EALT.

  • Glass Earth - Build your own terrarium on April 2 and 50% of the day’s proceeds will be donated to EALT. Glass Earth will be hosting drop-in workshops all day on April 2.

  • Wildbird General Store - Visit the store on March 16 and say hi to our SCiP Intern, Blaire! A portion of the store's proceeds for the day will be donated to EALT.

  • Wild Side Brand - 10% of all online shop proceeds in March and April will be donated to EALT. 

  • Baker's Bird Shop - When picking up your pet bird supplies, drop a donation in the box for EALT - look for the owl!

  • Blue Heron Gardens & Greenhouse - Start planning your gardening now! 100% of birdfeeder sales from April 26 - June 5, plus 50% from a selection of bird and bee friendly perennials will be donated to EALT.

  • Meika's Birdhouse - Visit Meika's for your pet and wild bird needs. Between March 30 and April 22, 10% of all wild bird product proceeds plus a portion of select special tagged items will be donated to EALT.

  • Camola Sustainable Foods - Try something new! From March 22 to April 22, Camola Foods will donate 15% of their gross sales from farmers markets and their website to EALT.

  • LafargeHolcim - They are funding a reprint of our popular bat brochure and installation of a bat box at one of our conservation lands.

Would you or someone you know like to be an Earth Ambassador?
It's not too late to register! Click here for more information about how to get started.