Wildlands League is turning 50 in 2018. Fifty! And your support for nature has been magnificent. We have protected or increased the protection on over 15 million hectares in those 50 years.

Let me ask you, have you sunned on the rocks beside a river in Killarney, wishing the moment would never end? Paddled the serenity of Lady Evelyn Smoothwater Provincial Park’s crystal waters? Or perhaps, you’ve explored the new Rouge National Urban Park with your family, or made the trek to Algonquin in hopes of spying a majestic moose?

Each of these has the Wildlands League paw print of protection on it.

And each of these victories was made possible by people like you, who care so deeply for our wildlife and natural landscapes. People like you, who took the time to donate.  I hope you consider supporting us once more.

Turning 50 means we need a new ambitious plan for nature – for species. One where we create an even bigger, more majestic nature legacy in Ontario. A plan where if we get it right, we prevent the loss of species.

The plan is to protect 17% of our land and freshwaters by 2020. It’s a plan for 6 million new hectares of protection.

6 million new hectares

Help us today by making a gift so that we can apply the best science for the creation of these new protected spaces. Help us win the hearts of decision makers. Work directly with leading Indigenous and corporate leaders. And help us get our messages out far and wide.

When you invest in tomorrow with a gift to Wildlands League today, you are helping us build a nature legacy for all our children and grandchildren.

You’ll be helping us embark on the most ambitious conservation expansion in the province in almost 20 years!

Give the gift of wilderness. Donate now.

In conservation,

 

 

 

 

 

Janet Sumner
Executive Director
CPAWS Wildlands League

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