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2015  Conservation Awards of Excellence


Red  Squirrel (Hearthmakers)  -  Community



Ted Hsu  - Individual



City of Kingston - Corporate



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  • 30 Oct 2017 12:54 PM | Anonymous
    The Foundation presented the 2017 Conservation Awards of Excellence at the 2017 Forever Green Gala. The recipients were:


    Corporate Award: Utilities Kingston is recognized for now providing sewage overflow information on a real-time map to help residents make better-informed decisions about recreational water use.


    Community Award: Kingston Field Naturalists is recognized for its role in the preservation of wildlife, natural habitats and the stimulation of interest in nature.


    Education Award: Matt Saunders is recognized for his long-term commitment to educating the public about bats: The Real Batman.


    Stewardship Award: Land Conservancy KFLA is recognized for its role preserving wild lands in the Ontario counties of Frontenac and Lennox and Addington, providing vital habitat for the diverse plant and animal species.

  • 10 Jan 2015 8:33 PM | Anonymous





     

     

    Make a bequest in your will.


    2015

    marks the

    50th Anniversary

    of the

    Cataraqui Conservation Foundation.







     


  • 10 Jan 2015 8:31 PM | Anonymous

    To all our supporters in  2014 we wish you a Happy New Year and look forward to your support in 2015.


    Karen Bach

    President

  • 09 Nov 2014 12:19 PM | Anonymous

    Education Award:  Mulberry Waldorf School

    Community Award: Sustainable Kingston

    Stewardship Award: Ducks Unlimited Canada


    Presented  November 8 at Forever Green 2014


    Congratulations and thank you for your efforts to keep us GREEN!

  • 09 Nov 2014 12:13 PM | Anonymous

    Thank you to our sponsors this year:


    TransCanada Napanee Generating Station

    LaFarge

    Integrated Team Solutions

  • 12 Oct 2014 9:08 PM | Anonymous

    The time of year has come around again.

    The Forever Green Gala will take place November 8, 2014.

    Where: Senior Staff Mess, Royal Military College

    Time:  6 p.m.

    Tickets: $125


    RESERVE YOUR TICKETS: 

    Call 613-546-4228,  ext 221


    2014 Conservation Awards


    Looking forward to seeing your there!

  • 13 Mar 2014 9:38 AM | Anonymous
    The Cataraqui Conservation Foundation Annual  General Meeting will take place at 4 p.m. at the Outdoor Centre, Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority, 1641 Perth Road.
  • 13 Mar 2014 9:32 AM | Anonymous
    The Foundation is presenting a screening of Markus Imhoof's 90 minute award-winning documentary  More Than Honey. Full information at Events
  • 10 Nov 2013 4:08 PM | Anonymous

    2013 Conservation Awards of Excellence

    Corporate Award:  Cruickshank

    Education Award: Matt Ellerbeck


    The awards were presented at the
    Forever Green 2013 Gala November 9, 2013.


    Congratulations!
  • 17 Apr 2013 3:34 PM | Anonymous
    The Foundation has been informed that it has been accredited by Imagine Canada's Standards Program. You can find  more about this by going to www.imaginecanada.ca/standards

    The Standards Program Trustmark
    is a mark of Imagine Canada
    used under licence by the
    Cataraqui Conservation Foundation.
    imagine canada logo

    "Imagine Canada's new Standards Program launched in May 2012! Designed to strengthen public confidence in the charitable and nonprofit sector, the Standards Program is among the first of its kind at a national level. It offers accreditation to charities and nonprofits that can demonstrate excellence in five key areas:

    • board governance;
    • financial accountability & transparency;
    • fundraising;
    • staff management; and,
    • volunteer involvement.
    The Standards Program is first and foremost a capacity-building initiative. Any organization may use the standards to improve and monitor its practices. Information about how to comply with the standards, as well as tools and resources to help organizations continue to strengthen their practices, is available free of charge. Organizations wishing to demonstrate publicly that they meet the standards can participate in a voluntary peer-review-based accreditation process.  Download our Overview of the Standards Program powerpoint for more information.
    Mission: To build excellence within Canada’s charities and nonprofits through common standards of practice and to strengthen confidence in the sector.

    The Standards Program is first and foremost a capacity-building initiative. Any organization may use the standards to improve and monitor its practices."

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