Looking ahead to FY 22–23, we are excited by our ambitious plans. We believe we are in a good position to make significant progress on our five corporate priorities for this year:

Grow support by connecting with half-a-million supporters.

Conservation Volunteers, Hazel Bird Nature Reserve, ON (Photo by Chelsea Marcantonio/NCC staff)

Raise more than $110 million in private donations to support our conservation efforts and the lands under our care.

Great blue heron (Photo by Karol Dabbs)

Deliver more than 1,350 square kilometres of critical habitat conservation from coast to coast on 71 projects.

Boreal Wildlands, ON (Photo by Andrew Warren)

Collaborate on over 30 projects with Indigenous communities, in the spirit of advancing Reconciliation.

Bison (Photo by Mike Crane)

Accelerate the pace of conservation through the development of high-quality carbon projects.

Darkwoods Conservation Area, BC (Photo by Steve Ogle)

We will hold tight to our culture of resilience, and embrace inclusion and collaboration in all we do. This includes continuing to work with Indigenous Peoples to achieve the conservation of lands and waters.

Pronghorn (Photo by Sean Feagan/NCC staff)