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Support CPAWS-SK in Protecting Saskatchewan's Boreal Forest
Support CPAWS-SK in Protecting Saskatchewan's Boreal Forest
Your support will help us with our current campaigns in the boreal forest.
Campaign details | Donate to CPAWS-SK
Support CPAWS-SK in Protecting Saskatchewan's Prairies
Support CPAWS-SK in Protecting Saskatchewan's Prairies
Our most impacted landscape and the critters that call it home need your support!
Campaign details | Donate to CPAWS-SK
Show Your Love for Canada's Parks
Show Your Love for Canada's Parks
Canada’s parks protect extraordinary wild places where people can connect with nature. They need your voice!
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Keep Updated on Our Role in the CBFA
Keep Updated on Our Role in the CBFA
Follow us on Facebook for the latest on what we are up to with the CBFA!
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Sign the pledge for caribou
Sign the pledge for caribou
By saving the threatened woodland caribou's remaining Boreal forest habitat across Canada, we'll also help protect one of the world's largest remaining carbon reserves, and slow the effects of climate change.
Campaign details | Add your voice now
Support CPAWS SK's Efforts to Protect the Saskatchewan River Delta
Support CPAWS SK's Efforts to Protect the Saskatchewan River Delta
Your support can help us in our campaign to protect the Saskatchewan River Delta.
Campaign details | Donating to CPAWS-SK
Stop the Sell-Off of Canada's Prairie Grasslands
Stop the Sell-Off of Canada's Prairie Grasslands
Please take a moment now to send a message, before Saskatchewan sells off nearly 2 million acres of remaining native prairie grasslands that have been held in the public trust for generations. Manitoba may follow suit by selling a further 700,000 acres. These moves could open the door to degradation of grazing pastures that have been co-managed by ranchers and the Government of Canada for generations, with strict standards for conservation in place. These rules have worked well for ranchers needing healthy pastures and for species-at-risk needing habitat protection.
Campaign details | Sign the petition.