Saving Our IsLAND: Reconnecting PEI’s Natural Landscape

This is how you can help save the Island’s fragmented landscape…


Our Island is fragmented. A birds-eye view reveals to us a land that has been divided and a ‘patchwork quilt’ metaphor is often used to describe this contrasting landscape.

Over the past 40 years, Island Nature Trust has been working towards securing a network of protected natural areas across PEI to benefit future generations of Islanders and wildlife.

With growing threats to nature and the environment, we need to bring the remaining untouched patches into protection and, through conservation efforts, mend the ones that have the potential to help us combat the effects of climate change.

Help us stitch back together the ecologically significant patches of our Island and imagine a reconnected natural home – like creating and gifting a family patchwork quilt – passed from one generation to another.

Donate your ecologically
important land for Island
Nature Trust to protect in
perpetuity.


Donate cash to help us acquire 10% of PEI natural areas and our partners will multiply your contribution.


Donate cash to the
stewardship fund to ensure
the long-term integrity of
our natural areas.


Wildlife Saved

Learn how past donations have contributed to Island conservation
in the INT 2020-2021 Impact Report.


Quarterly Newsletter

Thanks to our incredible supporters we have reached the fundraising target of $150,000 before the March 1st 2022 deadline for the SAVING our isLAND, Match A Patch campaign.

The funds have enabled INT to acquire natural areas in Bangor, Miscouche. Corraville and Alexandra. To top it off, INT has secured 2175 acres this year. Over a twelve-month period this is the largest amount of ecologically sensitive land secured by the Trust in its 40-year history.

We invite you to see how your support was pivotal in securing these new acquisitions and dive into the campaign success story in our newly published website article and quarterly newsletter.

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