Student projects with the University of Alberta, King’s University, MacEwan University and Augustana.
Parkland County installed signs and removed weeds.
Strathcona County disposed of wire from old fences.
City of Edmonton developed a Conservation Easement.
Wetaskiwin County alleviated our property tax burden.
Leduc County facilitated foot trail development and sign installation.
The Carbon Farmer planted over 275,000 tree seedlings through Enbridge project.
DHL employees volunteered to plant trees.
Enbridge employees volunteered to plant trees and remove barbed wire.
Forest Walks with Heidi donates a portion of proceeds from each event.
Happy Harbor Comics hosted a Little Brown Bat fundraiser on Batman Day!
LUSH donated products for volunteer gifts.
Meika's Birdhouse sells bee hotels and bird houses made by EALT volunteers, has a donation box onsite, participates in our Earth Ambassador Program, and was the first recipient of EALT's Earth Ambassador Award.
Suncor sponsored a bee hotel workshop and contributed to our bat box installations.
Wild Side Brand Clothing participates in our Earth Ambassador Program.
Schools and Youth groups
amiskwaciy Academy, partnered with MacEwan University, studied Glory Hills and gave it a Cree name and crafted a sign for the lands.
Venturers, Boy Scouts and Girl Guides built nest boxes and planted trees.
Several elementary and junior high schools participated in stewardship projects on our conservation lands, including Roberta MacAdams Elementary, Florence Hallock Jr. High, and McKernan Jr. High.
Edmonton Community Foundation manages our endowments and acts as EALT headquarters.
WildNorth releases appropriate rehabilitated wildlife onto our natural areas.
Edmonton Native Plant Group donated native wildflower seeds and partnered with us to create a native flower garden at the Edmonton Community Foundation.
Centre for Autism Services of Alberta youth assembled bat boxes.
North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance designed an off-highway vehicle poster for a joint outreach effort.
Working with Lady Flower Gardens to place a Conservation Easement on 236 acres of agricultural land and native forest adjacent to the North Saskatchewan River. Donate to the fundraising campaign for the conservation of this unique area.
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