Nova Scotia Nature Trust | Nova Scotians Protecting Nova Scotia

2012

Nova Scotia Nature Trust 20th Annual Dinner & Auction

 

Join the Nature Trust for our Annual Dinner and Auction at the Cunard Centre in Halifax. Help us celebrate the year’s conservation successes and network with like-minded friends while raising critical funds for the Nature Trust’s continued work saving the most unique and outstanding places across Nova Scotia.

This is our 20th Annual Dinner and Auction, and to celebrate we invite you to head out Into the Wild with us. Our special guest speaker Brian Keating will take us on an incredible escape into the wild spaces that he has explored all over the world, from the Canadian Arctic to the African savannahs. Together with his wife, Mr. Keating has explored nearly 50 countries on all seven continents in the last quarter century, and he brings an infectious enthusiasm for the natural world to his work that is truly inspiring. We know that this will be evening to remember!

Details:

October 26, 2017

Cunard Centre, Halifax (961 Marginal Rd.)

Doors open at 5:30pm, and tickets are held at the door

 

Tickets are on sale now!

Tickets: $150

Tables $1500 (10 seats)

Call (902) 425-5263 to reserve your spot!

Or you can download the ticket order form, and either email it to office@nsnt.ca or send it to our (new!) mailing address: PO Box 284 Station Main, Dartmouth, NS B2Y 3Y3


More about Brian Keating:


Brian is assistant professor of Anthropology at the University of Calgary and Honourary Conservation Advisor at the Calgary Zoo. He previously held the position “Head of Conservation Outreach” at the Zoo, which enabled him to raise money for conservation projects around the world.

In addition to being in high demand as a international speaker, he’s been leading groups on nature-based travel for three decades, exploring some of the best wildlife areas on the Planet. He’s also a weekly guest on both Calgary and Edmonton’s CBC Radio, and for many years, was a regular on the Discovery Channel, using his own wilderness adventure and wildlife filming. He’s also written five children’s books celebrating nature.

He’s a pilot, a naturalist, scuba diver, and mountaineer. His wife, Dee, is a physician and keen naturalist who always joins him on his adventures.

See more about Brian at www.goingwild.org.


Thanks to our Generous 2017 Sponsors:


Presenting Sponsor:


Michelin Canada

Michelin’s mission is “To make a sustainable contribution to progress in the mobility of people and goods by constantly enhancing freedom of movement, safety, efficiency and pleasure when on the move.” 

Michelin is committed to working towards the protection and sustainability of Nova Scotia’s natural areas.


Conservation Leaders:


Farnell Packaging Ltd.



Glenn Stewardson of Assante Hydrostone


Conservation Friends:

Oland Brewery

RCR Hospitality Group


Print Sponsor

Allen Print

AV Sponsor

FMAV


More Sponsorship Opportunities are Available!

Would your company like to support the protection of special natural places across Nova Scotia? Be part of this much-loved annual tradition!

View our sponsorship package here.

We are more than happy to discuss these opportunities further and create a partnership that is the best fit for you!

Please get in touch to find out more: Maggie Sutherland at maggie@nsnt.ca or (902) 425-5263