Looking ahead to the next few years, we are working on developing a few new areas:

Catherine Grenier, president and CEO, NCC (Photo by Geneviève LeSieur)

Welcoming our new president & CEO.

Next Creek, BC (Photo by Steve Ogle)

Developing our new strategic plan.

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Celebrating a successful completion of the Landmark Campaign and the immense impact our donors' support has had on conservation in Canada.

The Waldron, AB. (Photo by Kyle Marquardt)

Securing at least 20,000 hectares (4,920 acres) from coast to coast to coast:
- continuing our work towards conserving 200,000 hectares (494,211 acres) under the Natural Heritage Conservation Program by 2023;
- supporting the Government of Canada’s goal of conserving 30 per cent of our lands and waters by 2030; and
- making significant progress on projects in excess of 5,000 hectares (12,000 acres).

Adam Cheeseman monitors the Chignecto isthmus for WildPaths Maritimes (Photo by Mike Dembeck)

Building innovation through technology.

Jumbo Valley Celebration, BC (Photo by Pat Morrow)

Integrating Indigenous cultural heritage into our conservation planning and land management.

Conservation Volunteers at Five Mile Ranch, AB (Photo by Brent Calver)

Launching the largest collaboration ever in support of grasslands and ranchers.

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Positioning NCC as the top environmental charity of choice for all aspects, including bequests.

2020 NCC Conference (Photo by Mike Dembeck)

NCC will be further developing conservation finance instruments and nature-based solutions in the spring.