National Bank and Nature Conservancy Canada host an enriching experience at the Green-Mountains Nature reserve.

National Bank and Nature Conservancy Canada host an enriching experience at the Green-Mountains Nature reserve

National Bank and the Nature Conservancy of Canada are underscoring their partnership by inviting you on Saturday, June 15, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., to be a part of an amazing conservation experience by helping catalogue stream salamanders in the Green-Mountains Nature Reserve (Eastern Townships).

A biologist will be the guide for the event to inform volunteers and help them identify and take statistics on the salamanders.

National Bank: committed to environment
“National Bank stands out for the major partnerships it has developed over the years with various organizations and businesses that share its goal of contributing to sustainable development in communities. Our partnership with the Nature Conservancy of Canada is a clear example of our commitment”, declared Carole Girardin, Regional Vice-President, Eastern Townships/Amiante at National Bank.

$250,000 towards the protection of natural areas
In 2011, National Bank became an important partner of the Nature Conservancy of Canada by agreeing to donate $250,000 towards the protection of natural areas with exceptional ecological importance and by participating in the Conservation Volunteers program.

Registration is mandatory
Space is limited to participants 13 and older. To sign up and find out more about this activity or any other activities in Quebec, go to www.conservationvolunteers.ca. If you have any questions, please write to quebec@conservationvolunteers.ca or call 1-877-876-5444, ext. 296.

Links:

The Nature Conservancy of Canada website
The Green-Mountains Nature Reserve website
Participate in the Conservation Volunteers program

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