The Edmonton and Area Land Trust works with many types of partners to accomplish common goals of conservation and education.

Universities

  • Student projects with the University of Alberta, King’s University, MacEwan University and Augustana.

Municipalities

  • 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.

Businesses

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.

Charities

Emerging Partnerships

 

We’d love to partner with you! Contact us to find a way for us to work together.

The Lotus Project

All the jewelry by The Lotus Project is inspired by nature and locally crafted in Edmonton. A portion of all bracelet and mala sales are donated to the Edmonton and Area Land Trust.

Meika’s Birdhouse

Meika’s Birdhouse has our Nest boxes available in their store.

eLiasz and eLLa

Purchase a beautiful eLiasz and eLLa bee good necklace and they will donate $20 from the sale of each necklace to EALT in support of local bee conservation and education.

Your Personal Fairy Tale

When planning your wedding or event with Your Personal Fairy Tale, they will donate 5% of your total planning fees to us on your behalf.

Forest Walks With Heidi

Forest Walks with Heidi offers Shinrin-yoku walks. Shinrin-yoku translates to forest bathing. This technique was developed in Japan during the 1980s and has become a cornerstone of preventive health care. A portion of the proceeds from these walks is donated to us.