Big Picture Talks: Carolinian Canada 30/30 Celebration

Tuesday, June 10, 2014


Carolinian Canada 30 for 30

Celebrate, challenge and change with Carolinian Canada this year!

Celebrate our 30th Anniversary with us by participating in our 30 for 30 Vision Campaign. It’s a fun and way to learn more about the significance of Carolinian nature found right in your backyard. It also provides an avenue to reflect on the past, share success stories and create a vision for the future. Launched at our Annual General Meeting on May 22nd, the campaign consists of three components:

Celebrate with community: Get your 30 for 30 Passport to explore Canada’s Deep South as our community hosts a year of events across the Zone. Tally your adventures for the chance to win prizes!
Click Here to Order Your 30/30 Passport

Celebrate life in the Zone by participating in up to 30 recommended member events. Use our passport to keep track your adventures. Passports will be available at the 30/30 events and are included with Carolinian Canada membership.

Challenge yourself: Experience the wonder of Carolinian Canada this year. Set yourself a 30 for 30 nature challenge, raise funds and motivate awareness.
Click Here to Create Your Own Personal Fundraising Page for your Challenge

This 30/30 Grow Wild! nature challenge is a fun and competitive campaign to raise funds.  You can create your own challenge and promote it through your own campaign page. The possibilities are endless! It’s a good incentive to and hike, paddle, and explore your way through southern Ontario’s natural beauty.

Change the future and inspire action: What sustains your sense of place in Carolinian Canada? Share your stories and visions for next 30 to 300 years. Join our community to advance a science-based Big Picture conservation strategy to create a green future and address urgent threats, together.
Click Here to Have Your Own Conservation Story Featured on our Website

Share stories of conservation success, what Carolinian Canada means to you and your visions for the next 30 to 300 years.  Visit caroliniancanada.ca to see the stories submitted by Carolinian Canada members and share your story today.

Dee Crilly, Partner Services Coordinator

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