Each year, numerous individuals, foundations, conservation organizations, governments and companies support the work of Nature Alberta. Without the generosity of so many we couldn’t do what we do. So, thank you!
Your continued support enables us to be that strong voice for the greater appreciation and conservation of Alberta’s natural environment.
We gratefully acknowledge the following supporters for their continued financial and in-kind contributions in the past, present and hopefully, into the future:
A. Lawrence Berry Family Environment Fund (The Calgary Foundation)
Alberta Conservation Association
Alberta Emerald Foundation
Alberta Real Estate Foundation
Alberta Sport, Recreation, Parks and Wildlife Foundation
Alberta Summer Villages Association
Alberta Sustainable Resource Development
Alta-Wide TIM-BR Mart
Association of Summer Villages of Alberta
Battle River Community Foundation
Buffalo Lake Naturalists Club
Canada Summer Jobs (Government of Canada)
Community Animation Program (Environment Canada)
Community Initiatives Program (Alberta Culture)
Community Spirit Program (Alberta Lottery Fund)
Delta Helicopters Ltd
EcoAction (Environment Canada)
Edmonton Science Outreach Network (eson)
Environmental Damages Fund (Environment Canada)
Fisheries and Oceans Canada (Government of Canada)
Friends of Little Beaver Lake
Government of Alberta
John & Barbara Poole (Edmonton Community Foundation)
Lac La Biche Birding Society
Lady Slipper Enterprises
Mountain Equipment Co-op
Nature Canada (Canadian Nature Federation)
Nexen Community Involvement Program
Pigeon Lake Watershed Association
Purple Martin Conservancy
RBC Blue Water Project
Red Deer River Naturalists
Shell Environmental Fund
Student Temporary Employment Program (Government of Alberta)
Sylvan Lake Watershed Stewardship Society
TD Friends of the Environment Foundation
The City of Edmonton
The J.W. McConnell Foundation
The Muttart Foundation
The Running Room
Town of Morinville
United Way – Alberta Capital Region
Wildbird General Store
In 1970, six natural history clubs joined together to form the Federation of Alberta Naturalists. Today, this same organization, known as Nature Alberta serves a membership of over 40 clubs and represents thousands of individuals across the province. Every one of these individuals share a passion for natural history.
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