The Great Lakes are the largest freshwater ecosystem in the world. The waters and coasts have many species that are endemic to the region and are found nowhere else in the world. Unique coastal habitats include freshwater dunes and beaches, alvars and lakeplain prairies.
In the northern part of the region, NCC is protecting some of the last Great Lakes coastal wilderness in places such as Lake Superior, Cockburn Island and the Bruce Peninsula. In southern Ontario, NCC is leading some of the region’s largest land protection and restoration projects, including on Pelee Island and north of Long Point.
By symbolically adopting a piece of Great Lakes habitat, you are helping the Nature Conservancy of Canada ensure that our country’s natural spaces, and the species they sustain, are protected forever.
How many acres would you like to adopt?
With a minimum $40 donation, your package* will include:
• NCC’s full-colour, 8.5” x 11” 2019 calendar
• A 10-page booklet
• A full-colour, 8.5” x 11” certificate
*Paperless packages will only receive an e-certificate.