Our outdoor voices shaped our inspiration. To ensure our footprint leaves more than what we take. Consciously responsible for our part of the environment. Intentionally supporting our communities. And hopefully future proofing a better tomorrow.
Every decision makes a difference
Join our community. Empower a better tomorrow. With every purchase, we help our communities to thrive, while helping to preserve our local environments.
We understand our responsibility to our communities and the importance of sustaining the environment around us. Learn more about our partnerships with Ecotrust Canada and Wildlife Preservation Canada (WPC).
We understand our responsibility
Ecotrust Canada works with rural, remote and
Indigenous communities toward building an economy that provides for a healthy and resilient natural environment; sustainable and abundant energy, food, and housing; prosperous and meaningful livelihoods; and vibrant cultures and inclusive societies. We call this approach, building an economy that provides for life. Our on-the-ground work and systems approach is entrepreneurial, partnership-based and relentlessly practical.
Sustaining the Environment
Wildlife Preservation Canada (WPC) saves critically endangered species whose numbers in the wild are so low that hands-on action is the last defence to save them from extinction. WPC specializes in science-based techniques such as conservation breeding and releases, headstarting, and translocation to restore wild populations and recover species. WPC is the only organization in Canada to provide this critical need for wildlife in recovery efforts across the country, from the single population of endangered frogs in BC to the disappearing pollinators across Ontario. WPC is Canada’s last defence for endangered species.
Animal conservation requires a multi-faceted approach that includes habitat protection, threat reduction, community engagement, and public education. In addition to all those critical elements, WPC provides a unique role by taking direct action to prevent at-risk species from being lost foreve