Native prairie and parkland are among the fastest disappearing wildlife habitats on the planet, and that the rate of habitat loss is at an all-time high. This deprives wildlife of the essentials for survival, and takes away the opportunity for people like us to enjoy all the natural wonder our province has to offer.
That is why the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation is proud to announce our new Habitat Trust Adopt an Acre initiative, which aims to secure 100,000 acres of habitat land for Saskatchewan’s wildlife by 2028.
Download your Adopt an Acre Form
What would 100,000 acres of habitat land mean for Saskatchewan?
- Vibrant and abundant habitats for wildlife
- Provides a home for a number of Species at Risk
- More opportunities to get kids outdoors
- Provide natural carbon sinks and flood mitigation
- More open spaces to get away for relaxation
- Leaving something for the next generation
For $50.00 per acre a year, you can become a steward of Saskatchewan’s natural landscape. You can choose to adopt one acre for now, one acre over numerous years, or several acres over numerous years — it’s all up to you! For your contribution, you’ll receive a charitable tax receipt, certificate of adoption, copy of the Annual Habitat Report, and have your name listed in Outdoor Canada West.
Together, we can invest in strengthening Saskatchewan’s natural habitat landscape with local projects, carried out at a local level by local people, for to conserve and grow a wildlife legacy for our sons and daughters, our grandchildren, and our grandchildren’s children.
Ready to take part? Download your Adopt an Acre Form