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Dedicated to the protection of Natural Areas on Prince Edward Island since 1979

A Bird’s-eye View: Lands Protected Thanks To Your Cash Donations

PEI is fragmented.
Help us stitch back together nature’s patches to imagine a reconnected and diverse home.

How you can help:

Giving


Everyone needs nature, now more than ever.
Donate today to help us secure a network of
natural areas and protect 10% of our Island
for the benefit of people and wildlife.

Joining


Support natural areas with INT membership. Join today and help protect wildlife at the places in our care, for everyone, for ever.

Protecting


Guardians are our eyes and ears on the ground in our natural areas.
They keep our stewardship mission alive.

An Island Home

Prince Edward Island (Canada) is Island Nature Trust’s home and we cherish the land, water and wildlife that make it so special. We are the Island’s first and oldest private land trust, working since 1979 to protect land in PEI and manage it responsibly. Our staff, volunteers and supporters are the life blood of our organization. Read on to learn about the people, motivations and goals of the team behind INT.

Protecting Our Future

PEI’s population is growing and our rural landscapes are changing. Now more than ever there is a great need for Islanders to work together to protect the natural assets we love while ensuring we support a sustainable way of life for Islanders. Island Nature Trust invites you to join us in working to protect the Island’s natural spaces, both for our children and the diversity of wildlife that live here.

Ways to give

There are many ways you can help Island Nature Trust achieve great things! We are grateful for donations of land, cash or securities. We accept sponsorships from corporations who practice strong social responsibility. You can also become a member, purchase and wear our awesome t-shirts, spread the word about the work we do and volunteer your energy and time in a multitude of ways.


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