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New Online Stewardship Directory Goes Live

Posted April 10, 2012 by LSC

Connecting Stewards

Over the past several months, Land Stewardship Centre has been working on developing a new online Stewardship Directory to support the efforts of and help connect the stewardship community. We are pleased to announce that the new online Stewardship Directory is now live.

Easy to Use

This new, easy to use, web-based Directory will help community stewardship groups, organizations, businesses and government find and connect with each other in order to share their experiences and lessons learned in stewardship and natural resource management. It is also a quick and easy way to get stewardship-related groups, organizations and businesses noticed on the web.

Check out the new Stewardship Directory.

Get Listed

If your group, organization, business or government is involved in stewardship, be sure to get them listed in the Directory. Set up an account for your organization by clicking on the “Register” button on the home page. Once the account request has been confirmed, just follow the few simple steps required to complete your organization’s profile in the Directory.

Questions or Comments?

If you have any comments about this exciting new stewardship tool, or if you have any questions about registering your organization in the Directory please email directory@landstewardship.org or phone 1–877-727–5276 extension 222.


Deadline for Alberta Ecotrust Community Grants April 17

Posted March 26, 2012 by LSC

Spring is here and Alberta Ecotrust is now accepting Community Grant applications.

Is your non-profit or charity working on an environmental project on the themes of air, climate, energy, water or wilderness conservation? Would $7,500 help you towards achieving your project goals? Apply today to Alberta Ecotrust Foundation’s Community Project grant program.

Alberta Ecotrust supports grassroots organizations working on meaningful projects that seek to improve Alberta’s environment. Applying organizations must be based in Alberta or have working chapters in Alberta. See our website for additional eligibility requirements.

Apply Today
Smaller, grassroots, community-based environmental projects are encouraged to apply for up to $7,500 through our Community Grants program. Visit Alberta Ecotrust’s website for more information.

The deadline to submit a Community Grant application is Tuesday, April 17 by 11:59 pm.


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