Legacy Land Trust Society
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.
She's A Cut-up. Bee-Leaf It!
Leafcutter Bees are one of more than 300 species of wild bees in Alberta.
Healthy populations of wild pollinators like these bees mean healthy ecosystems—for us and for wildlife.
But these small bees face increasing threats, from loss of habitat and pesticides to climate change and competition from Honey Bees.
Legacy's conservation programs conserve places for wild pollinators to live, feed and raise their young.
A Fundraising HUM-dinger!
Native bees, flies, butterflies and moths—like this large Hummingbird Moth photographed by Marilyn Phillips—play crucial roles in pollinating domestic and wild plants.
Wild pollinators are the unsung heroes of food production for both human and wildlife.
Healthy ecosystems depend on populations of healthy wild pollinators.
Your donation will help us continue our work for conservation.
Our 2021 Calendar is Here!
Gwen Tomlin captured this stunning image of a Long-tailed Weasel.
Our calendar contains more than 50 full-colour photos donated by 31 local photographers.
Your purchase of a calendar for $20 supports Legacy's conservation and stewardship efforts.
Copies are available at our office in Olds
Thanks to Our Calendar Donors!
Our thanks to the three generous donors who made our 2021 Calendar possible! We couldn't have done this without you. 🙂