Skip to main content
Crab spider invites bumblebee for lunch  /sb

Legacy Land Trust Society

Red osier dogwood

Our goal is to build a community that shares a commitment to conservation and stewardship of the land.

Ecologically sensitive land, wildlife habitat and corridors, agricultural land, and significant historical and archeological sites are all of importance to Legacy.

We offer resources and support to those who share our goal — and we invite you to join our efforts.

Foxes by Gwen Tomlin

Going, Going ... !

We launched our new calendar October 3rd and in less than a week nearly half the order had been sold or spoken for! 

The more than 50 full-colour photos are gorgeous — all donated by 22 local photographers. Purchasing a calendar for $20 supports Legacy's conservation and stewardship efforts. 

Call or drop by our office in Olds to get your copy while they're still available!

Jackson Lake

In October 2017 a Conservation Easement was signed between Legacy Land Trust Society and Mountain View County to protect 644 acres of permanent wetlands and the surrounding grazing/woodlands.

"Visit" this special place by video.

A Circle of Friends

Do you enjoy nature and open spaces? Want to meet like-minded folks? Willing to volunteer? Our Circle of Friends might be just what you're looking for!

What's New

The Legacy Land Trust Society has been busy. Want to know what we have been up to? You'll find our latest news here.

Please Donate

Donate Now Through CanadaHelps.org! Faire un don maintenant par CanadaHelps.org!

Legacy Land Trust Society is a registered charity #80178 0834 RR0001.

Back to Top