The Nature Network is our partnership of Canadian naturalist organizations in every province across Canada. The network is thriving with about 100,000 affiliate members in more than 800 local clubs in cities all across Canada from coast to coast to coast.
By engaging Canadians through monitoring, research and advocacy activities, we are building a nature ethic in communities and cities across the country. We currently offer a program on developing “engagement organizing” practices for groups on the national, provincial and local levels. This program is designed to strengthen public engagement and grow internal capacity of local organizations as we strive towards conserving and protected nature in Canada. Read more about what resources are available through the Engagement Organizing program here.
Interested in joining a local nature organization? Check out our map of affiliates below!
BC Nature is a federation of over 52 local natural history clubs throughout British Columbia, representing about 5,000 members. Efforts “To Know Nature and to Keep it Worth Knowing” have been ongoing since incorporation as the Federation of BC Naturalists in 1969.Click here to visit website
Ecology North is a charitable, non-profit organization based in Yellowknife that was formed in 1971 to support sound environmental decision-making on an individual, community and regional level. Ecology North’s programs focuses on public education and awareness, climate change, and sustainable living with an emphasis on environmental, social and community well-being.Click here to visit website
The Natural History Society of Prince Edward Island has existed as an organization of island residents for many years and was incorporated in 1991 as a registered, non-profit organization directed by an elected executive. There are eight business meetings a year, each featuring a presentation on a topic related to PEI natural history. Interpretative outings and field trips, including bird counts, are held throughout the year by the society and the group also publishes a quarterly newsletter, Island Naturalist.Click here to visit website
Nature Québec is a national non-profit organisation with over 5,000 members and supporters and 130 affiliated nature conservation organisations that help maintain critical ecosystems and sustainable usage of resources. Since 1981, Nature Québec helps maintain species and ecosystems diversity and they are supporters of the conservation targets established by the World Conservation Strategy of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), to which they are also a member of.Click here to visit website
Nature Manitoba is a not-for-profit organization that was founded in 1920 with the goal of promoting an appreciation and understanding of nature, and to preserve and enjoy it. Nature Manitoba offers a wide variety of indoor and outdoor programs year-round, and advocates for the protection of our natural environment.Click here to visit website
We are a non-profit, charitable organization whose mission is to celebrate, conserve and protect New Brunswick’s natural heritage, through education, networking and collaboration. Founded in 1972 as the New Brunswick Federation of Naturalists, the organization is presently comprised of a dozen naturalist clubs and hundreds of members across the province.Click here to visit website
Nature Newfoundland and Labrador is a province-wide organization with a primary interest in promoting the enjoyment and protection of all wildlife and natural history resources in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador and surrounding waters. Nature Newfoundland and Labrador is this province’s oldest conservation organization and continues to be one of the province’s most active environmental organization.Click here to visit website
Nature Nova Scotia (Federation of Nova Scotia Naturalists) exists to aid communication and. cooperation among naturalists and natural history societies in Nova Scotia. We also work at the provincial level toward protecting our natural environment in coordination with like-minded organizations, such as the Nova Scotia Nature Trust, and other organizations active in preserving aspects of Nova Scotia’s natural heritage, such as the Ecology Action Centre.Click here to visit website
Nature Saskatchewan has been dedicated to the conservation of Saskatchewan’s natural environment since 1949. With over 1000 members Nature Saskatchewan provides programs and services that provide knowledge and experiences for those who have a love for nature.Click here to visit website
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