Nova Scotia Nature Trust | Nova Scotians Protecting Nova Scotia

Guardians of the Land

Join a group of outstanding leaders inspired to take action to protect Nova Scotia’s natural legacy by becoming a Guardian of the Land today!

What will be accomplished with your participation?

The Nature Trust’s Guardians of the Land are loyal supporters of the Nature Trust who, like you, understand the urgency of our conservation efforts and are deeply committed to our work. This program was designed as a tangible way for our most loyal and dedicated supporters to invest in the future of our natural legacy and to pool their resources with other like-minded Guardians to help us shape the future of land conservation in our beautiful province.

Guardians recognize both the need for ongoing, committed significant support to enable us to plan for the future and to guarantee the sustainability of the conservation work we do, and also the importance of providing unrestricted funds to ensure we are able to address the areas of greatest need.

As a Guardian of the Land, you will receive special invites to field events and VIP receptions as well as other personal updates on our work. Best of all, you will know you are preserving a lasting natural legacy for generations of Nova Scotians and visitors alike!

Please contact Barbara Haley at or 902-425-5263 for more information.

Meet our Guardians of the Land:

Anne Campbell and John Lindsay (Read more about their story)
Fred and Nancy Chipman (Read more about their story)
Byron Corner and Patricia Robertson-Corner
Chris and Hiya Field (Read more about their story)
Henry W. Fuller
Helga Guderley (Read more about her story)
John H. Himmelman (Read more about his story)
Klaus and Janet Jensen
Bob and Wendy McDonald
Susan Sherwin and Richmond Campbell
Verna J. Higgins
Rick and Janet Whitman
Gregor Wilson and Erica van Vulpen (Read more about their story)
Paul and Susan Scott
Donors who wish to remain anonymous

Our Guardians of the Land are invited to participate in an Annual Field Trip to experience some of the conservation lands that they help to protect.

Read more about the 2018 field trip to Pleasant River.