Shop for a Cause at these EALT partners!

These local businesses support conservation in the Edmonton region by donating proceeds from the sale of select products and services. See how you can contribute to conservation by shopping the partners below.

Apparel and Accessories

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 Edmonton and Area Land Trust.

Wild Side Brand

Wild Side Brand is a local, Edmonton based Clothing company. For every Protect Preserve Enjoy shirt sold, 10% of the purchase will be donated to Edmonton and Area Land Trust.


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 & education.



When an injury curtailed this local artisan’s fine furniture building, he learned how to weave wire. $5 from the sale of select environmentally themed jewelry will be donated to EALT.


Your Personal Fairy Tale

Plan your upcoming wedding or special event with Your Personal Fairy Tale, an event planning company based in Edmonton. They will donate 5% of your total planning fees to Edmonton and Area Land Trust on your behalf.

Forest Walks With Heidi

Heidi offers Shinrin-yoku (or forest bathing) walks. Forest bathing 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 EALT.

Home & Garden

Meika’s Birdhouse

Meika’s Birdhouse has EALT bird nesting boxes for chickadees, wrens, tree swallows, and bluebirds available for purchase in their store.



EALT recognizes the value of promoting original nature artwork, as well as the need to support our local artists.

Please Contact Us if you are interested in purchasing one of these pieces.

Bruce Thompson

Bruce Thompson is a landscape artist and environmental scientist who resides in St. Albert, Alberta. He derives much of his artistic inspiration from the various places he visits and travels in Alberta, Canada and throughout the world. His artistic goal is express the vibrancy and tones of things we see every day around us, like a field of stubble, a cloudy sky, or a snow-covered slough. All proceeds from painting sales will be donated to EALT.

You can visit his website here. 


Marsh Near Cadotte Lake, AB


Medium: oil on canvas, original work
Dimensions:  24 x 30 inches
Year: 2011

brucethompson N17025 north buck lake winter 18x24.jpg

Lakeside, North Buck Lake


Medium: oil on canvas, original work
Dimensions:  18 x 24inches

brucethompson N8016 Pussy Willows 16x20.jpg

Pussy Willows, Clifford Lee Sanctuary


Medium: oil on canvas, original work
Dimensions:  16 x 20 inches
Year: 2008

brucethompson N17002 Old Stump Larch Sanctuary 24x30.jpg

Old Snag, Larch Sanctuary, Edmonton


Medium: oil on canvas, original work
Dimensions:  24 x 30 inches
Year: 2017

brucethompson N11026 Sweet Clover Edge of Field  24x36.jpg

Sweet Clover, Field’s Edge


Medium: oil on canvas, original work
Dimensions:  24 x 36 inches
Year: 2008

brucethompson N8006 Prairie Knoll 16x32.jpg

Prairie Knoll


Medium: oil on canvas, original work
Dimensions:  16 x 32 inches
Year: 2008

Raymond Theriault

Raymond Theriault is well known for his paintings of the urban landscape and the effects of artificial light on the spectator, especially at night.  Of late, he has become more concerned about environmental issues and natural area conservation, and strongly believes that solutions begin in our own backyard.  He has been exploring the medium of monoprints and monotypes, and developed a series, Images of Nature, based on plein air drawings at all of the EALT conservation lands. He finds EALT properties oases of peace and tranquility, and hopes to use these prints as a vehicle to raise awareness and funds for EALT. 50% of proceeds of these framed monoprints on antiqued paper will be donated to EALT.

You can visit his website here.


Boisvert II

8.5 x 11 inches


Coates II

11 x 14 inches


Ministik V

11 x 14 inches

Glory Hills I

11 x 14 inches

Jamie McQuarrie

Intarsia is the art of making picture mosaics using shaped pieces of wood. It is made by gluing wood pieces together or to a plywood backing to make a picture. The pieces are chosen for their grain pattern and colour. They are sawn and sanded to shape then glued together, sometimes with extra layers of backing to deepen the three dimensional effect. Several coats of a clear finish are applied to enhance the grain and protect the wood surface.


This Wolf Intarsia piece was hand crafted from walnut, cherry, aspen, cedar, and wenge, by Jamie McQuarrie and designed by Judy Gale Roberts. This gorgeous piece is equipped with a bracket to hang it on the wall. All proceeds from this work will be donated to EALT.