Exciting start to 2015 with a new natural area being finalized!
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The Edmonton and Area Land Trust (EALT) is the only nature conservancy focusing on this region. We are happy to provide an update on our activities. You can find much more information on our website:
In this issue:

EALT’s 1st Securement of 2015

EALT is working on finalizing the acceptance of a very special piece of natural space. This pristine parcel was bequested to EALT. We look forward to sharing this natural area with our supporters and the area’s residents as a worthy addition to our network of natural areas in the YEG region. More information to come this spring.

Nature Notes: A Blog for EALT’s Friends

EALT has launched a blog called Nature Notes. We commit to bringing you exciting tales of staff and volunteers in nature, topics important to our conservation work, and stories from guest bloggers. 


Read our blog posts about recent stewardship work:
Open Pipes: A Hazard to Birds
Fence Reflections

Fisher Spotted at Glory Hills

EALT has many Wildlife Cameras set up on our properties, which take a series of pictures when animals pass by. These cameras are important for monitoring and documenting species of wildlife that live on our lands, like this elusive Fisher. 
Fishers are one of the only animals able to hunt porcupines.

Meet an EALT Volunteer: Tony Sneep

"Because of my natural interests and personal priorities, I thought EALT was a good organization committed to the environment, and preserving land for the use and enjoyment of people, birds and animals. I wanted to support EALT in doing their work so I started to volunteer.
When volunteering, I meet people also committed to nature and preservation and build new relationships and in some cases strengthen relations with those I have met previously. I get to spend a day in a beautiful environment, get some physical exercise and have fun. While doing our work I have seen things like a large bull moose, a blue heron rookery, and at lunchtime, I have a chance to check out the birds in the area.
For those that are physically able, I encourage you to come and join us." Read Tony’s full story here.

3rd Annual Nature’s Nourishment, September 13th

Save the Date! Sunday, September 13th, 2015 is the date of our tasteful celebration of local food, the land, its bounty, and communal dining on a local farm, with executive Chef Blair Lebsack of Rge Rd Restaurant.
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Enjoy exquisite local foods and support a worthy local cause!
Have a peek at last year’s marvellous atmosphere in our photo album.

Volunteer Team’s Immense Impact in 2014

EALT relies on our diverse Volunteer Team to accomplish many of our projects and tasks. Our volunteers bring a wide range of expertise to the table that is truly priceless.
Volunteers donated over 1,300 hours of their time to EALT stewardship and outreach projects in 2014. This is valued at over $19,500. 
Read more about our volunteers’ impacts here. You can join our Volunteer Team by signing up here.

Visit Remedy Café this Earth Hour, Sat. March 28

We are excited to announce a partnership with Remedy Café in honour of conservation. A portion of sales between 8 and 9 PM will go to EALT. Read more here.

Coffee News Winners

EALT was delighted to win a prize of free advertising, valued at over $500, in the local Coffee News! Look for our advertisement in the next couple months. Thank you to Coffee News for this unique opportunity.

Sponsor a Species – Give Wildlife a Home

EALT’s Giving Tuesday fundraising campaign to Give Wildlife a Home was a great success. Thanks to the enthusiastic support, we created an option for all of our supporters to Sponsor a Species.     
Sponsor a Species to conserve important wildlife habitat.

Community-Minded Developer Support

EALT is proud once again to have Brookfield Residential as a significant financial donor. They are true supporters of community quality of life, including EALT’s efforts to contribute to a better overall environment in the YEG region. Thank you!

Our staff and volunteers ensure that even the smallest contributions go towards protecting nature in our region.

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