Conservation Projects

BC Nature Federation of BC Naturalists

Artist: Tony Mayo

Posted: 17 Feb, 2020 | Updated: 17 Feb, 2020

To foster an awareness, appreciation and understanding of our natural environment, that it may be wisely used and maintain for future generations

Abbotsford-Mission Nature Club

Artist: Tony Mayo

Posted: 17 Feb, 2020 | Updated: 17 Feb, 2020

A club dedicated to the conservation, preservation and expansion of natural sites in the Abbotsford, BC and Mission, BC regions.

Conservation Society

Artist: Lisa Gleim

Posted: 12 Feb, 2020 | Updated: 12 Feb, 2020

Zoo Atlanta is directly involved in field conservation programs for wildlife and wild places around the globe, including work in Africa, Asia, Central and South America, and right here in Georgia. Our contributions range from funding for other established conservation organizations who share our mission, enabling a greater total impact in the field than might be achievable by a single organization, to projects in which our own staff are personally engaged in field work, community outreach programs, research and education programs on continents around the globe.

Buddies Story Book

Artist: Elissa Ewald

Posted: 11 Feb, 2020 | Updated: 11 Feb, 2020

Children's book to raise awareness of kindness to others with acceptance of others and where they may live or how they may live. No one wants to be alone and everyone needs at least one friend in life. This book is meant to promote companionship and trust.

My love for wildlife!

Artist: Johanna Lerwick

Posted: 28 Dec, 2019 | Updated: 27 Jan, 2020

Johanna has donated original paintings and numerous prints to various organizations for educational, environmental and conservation in support of wildlife and protecting their natural habitats. I am committed to support AFC's mission and various other nature and wildlife organizations locally, nationally and worldwide.

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Southern Oregon Land Conservancy -  | Pamela Haunschild

Southern Oregon Land Conservancy

Artist: Pamela Haunschild

Posted: 23 Jan, 2020 | Updated: 23 Jan, 2020

The Southern Oregon Land Conservancy currently has a focus on conserving private land along the Colestin-Siskiyou Summit area.  Their vision is to conserve this corridor between the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, Klamath National Forest and Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest. I have land in this corridor and want to put it into conservation. I also want to continue to focus some of my art on documenting the rich natural resources of this area.

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Friends of Woodhaven Nature Conservancy Society  -  | Susan Neilson

Friends of Woodhaven Nature Conservancy Society

Artist: Susan Neilson

Posted: 21 Nov, 2019 | Updated: 20 Jan, 2020

MEMBER OF THE BOARD - Community Conservation Group

The conservation area near my art studio has four distinct ecosystems within a relatively small space almost completely surrounded by development, so there has been concern about its fragility and its importance. We have tiny Western Screech Owls, Pacific Skinks and other creatures raising families right by the fence lines. The forest floor has changed, water supplies have been diverted and some trees have fallen. The district parks do their best to care for fragile areas, but community support is also always essential for park...

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Australia&#039;s bushfire emergency - Facebook art auction for the Koala Hospital | Geraldine Simmons

Australia's bushfire emergency 2020

Artist: Geraldine Simmons

Posted: 15 Jan, 2020 | Updated: 15 Jan, 2020

Bushfire emergency ART AUCTION on Geraldine's Wildlife Art via Facebook for the Koala Hospital at Port Macquarie, NSW.

Original artwork in coloured pencil on paper titled "Afternoon Snooze." The size of the artwork is 42cm x 34cm.

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Reclamation of Montana Ranch Land - Jefferson River, Waterloo, Montana | Kimberly Wurster

Reclamation of Montana Ranch Land

Artist: Kimberly Wurster

Posted: 8 Jan, 2020 | Updated: 12 Jan, 2020

Co-owner of wetland properties in Montana, Bitterroot Valley and on the Jefferson River. The properties were reclaimed and developed for waterfowl and trout enhancement and production, working with the Montana Land Reliance. These projects were completed with Conservation Easements in place.

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Reclamation of Montana Mining Property -  | Kimberly Wurster

Reclamation of Montana Mining Property

Artist: Kimberly Wurster

Posted: 8 Jan, 2020 | Updated: 12 Jan, 2020

Restored and reclaimed mining property on Dry Cottonwood Creek in Deer Lodge County, Montana, for resident wildlife population (including elk breeding grounds) and developed spawning habitat for native West Slope Cutthroat Trout. 


<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Sketch for Survival 2018 - In Collaboration with Explorers Against Extinction | Geraldine Simmons

Sketch for Survival 2018

Artist: Geraldine Simmons

Posted: 7 Jan, 2020 | Updated: 7 Jan, 2020

Sketch for Survival is an art initiative. It was inspired by a shocking statistic – on average, one elephant is poached in the wild every 26 minutes. The purpose of the initiative is to highlight the plight of elephants and other iconic species and invited professional artists and celebrity supporters help by donating a simple 26-minute wildlife sketch to the  touring exhibition.

I was delighted and felt so privileged to be invited to participate once again in Sketch for Survival 2018 art initiative comprising 100+ artworks, including sketches, studio artworks, illustrations and...

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Sketch for Survival  - Wildlife Artists Supporting Conservation | Geraldine Simmons

Sketch for Survival 2017

Artist: Geraldine Simmons

Posted: 15 Sep, 2017 | Updated: 7 Jan, 2020

Over 100 pieces of artwork, both professional works donated by leading wildlife artists as well as sketches from celebrity supporters will be framed or mounted and exhibited online, as well as being displayed at the Royal Geographical Society in London, UK during the Explorers against Extinction event on the evening of 12 October 2017.

The evening will be introduced by Sir Ranulph Fienees OBE with Colonel John Blashford-Snell OBE who will be joined by other explorers and adventurers as they talk of their travels and encounters with endangered wildlife.  Sketch for Survival will kick...

Falkland Conservation

Artist: Sarah Dier-McComb

Posted: 3 Jan, 2020 | Updated: 3 Jan, 2020

Since 2019 Sarah has been working on an exhibit highlighting the wildlife of the remote Falkland Islands. Using her photographs from her graduate research expedition, she captures the unique behaviours of animals and the sentimental moments in their lives. With any art sale, 20 % of the proceeds will be donated to Falkland Conservation to help conserve the biodiversity and natural environment of the Falkland Islands.

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> BC Flowers -  | Monik Robichaud

BC Flowers

Artist: Monik Robichaud

Posted: 31 Dec, 2019 | Updated: 31 Dec, 2019

Fill your feeders! I have feeders everywhere year round for natures creatures, always 100 yards away from your house.

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Humpback Hello -  | Monik Robichaud

Back Woods

Artist: Monik Robichaud

Posted: 31 Dec, 2019 | Updated: 31 Dec, 2019

Fill your feeders! I have feeders everywhere year round for natures creatures, always 100 yards away from your house.

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Bon Echo National Park - I&#039;ve submitted paintings to this park. | Monik Robichaud

Bon Echo National Park

Artist: Monik Robichaud

Posted: 31 Dec, 2019 | Updated: 31 Dec, 2019

I must be more recycling aware.
I must walk daily and breathe.
I must respect my planet and its inhabitants.
I must help.

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Alton Millpond Restoration -  | Lynden Cowan

Alton Millpond Restoration

Artist: Lynden Cowan

Posted: 27 Dec, 2019 | Updated: 27 Dec, 2019

However the creation of the pond by damming Shaw’s Creek created negative consequences for fish habitat (warming the water and blocking spawning routes). Siltation of the pond is detracting from its visual and recreational utility and work is required on the dam and retaining walls. The non-profit Alton Millpond Association has been established with the aim of rehabilitating the dam and pond while improving the fish habitat and making the pond a stellar recreational amenity for the general public. 

Create Conservation Project/Cause - Conservation | Denise Monaghan

Prairie Protection COLORADO

Artist: Denise Monaghan

Posted: 20 Dec, 2019 | Updated: 20 Dec, 2019

Prairie restoration and conservation

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Ottawa Valley Wild Bird Care Centre -  | Chantal Dupuis

Ottawa Valley Wild Bird Care Centre

Artist: Chantal Dupuis

Posted: 12 Dec, 2019 | Updated: 12 Dec, 2019

I have seen first hand what the OVWBCC does for the birds that visit their shelter and the conditions in which they have been providing that care.  Their current shelter is old, has very limited space and does not provide basic necissities even for the wonderful volunteers who work tirelessly (think about it... feedings every 30mn for a very large brood!!).  

I decided that I would try to help a local organization with raising funds to put towards their project of building a brand new, tailored for their needs, rescue shelter in Ottawa.

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Endangered Animals -  | Jess Hansen

Endangered Animals

Artist: Jess Hansen

Posted: 11 Dec, 2019 | Updated: 11 Dec, 2019

Endangered Animals are so important to protect. I wish to capture these animals forever in my artwork. This way there is at least an image preserving their beauty and life.

Okanagan Collaborative Conservation Program

Artist: Anita McComas

Posted: 9 Dec, 2019 | Updated: 9 Dec, 2019

Ecosystem Connectivity in the Okanagan

Ecosystem connectivity describes the interconnected network of habitat patches and migration corridors that sustain all life. Maintaining ecosystem connectivity is essential for species survival, movement, and genetic diversity, as well as for the ecosystem functions which support essential food, air, and water systems for people. In the Okanagan Valley, we are facing our final opportunity to keep connectivity in the low elevation ecosystems, which are the most important for biodiversity, and most threatened. The fast rate of development in the...

Jim Prentice Wildlife Corridor

Artist: Anita McComas

Posted: 9 Dec, 2019 | Updated: 9 Dec, 2019

Upon completion of this project, the Nature Conservatory of Canada will create  a wildlife corridor over five kilometres wide will be conserved for the long term. This will support critical animal movement between the newly created Castle Crown Provincial Park, Waterton and Glacier International Parks and areas to the south, including Montana, to parks and protected areas north of Highway 3.

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Wild Horse and Burro program -  | Jess Hansen

Wild Horse and Burro program

Artist: Jess Hansen

Posted: 8 Dec, 2019 | Updated: 8 Dec, 2019

I've made a life long decision to commit to caring for the mustang I adopted/tamed/and trained. I will continue to do artwork to help bring awareness to this cause. Wild mustangs and burros care is a difficult issue in the United States with overpopulation, environmental issues, etc.  Many people do not know about the issue or make it worse in many ways.  I work to bring awareness through my artwork regarding the issue.

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> West Coast Beauty Campaign - one acre at a time... | Corrinne Wolcoski

West Coast Beauty Campaign

Artist: Corrinne Wolcoski

Posted: 5 Dec, 2019 | Updated: 5 Dec, 2019

As a professional landscape artist, I draw my main source of inspiration from the pristine beauty of our West Coast. Preserving its natural untouched wilderness is important. I contribute a part of my sales to fundraise and make a difference.

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Red Wolf Education and Recovery - Commemorative Poster To Raise Awareness About Red Wolves | Rob Dreyer

Red Wolf Education and Recovery (Campaign Completed)

Artist: Rob Dreyer

Posted: 22 Jun, 2017 | Updated: 29 Nov, 2019

The Endangered Wolf Center's educators will be heading to the Ozark mountain region of Missouri and Arkansas to increase public awareness about red wolves and their essential role in keeping the ecosystems across the Southeast healthy and thriving. Awareness is the first step in protecting the current wild population and helping to expand the benefits of this species to other areas throughout its native range. We’ll also be using this opportunity to assess and measure perceptions of wolves and carnivores, and evaluate the effectiveness of education on reducing negative misconceptions....

Kelowna Nectar Trail

Artist: Susan Neilson

Posted: 21 Nov, 2019 | Updated: 21 Nov, 2019

This project was started in the spring of 2017, with leadership from Nancy Holmes from UBC Okanagan. Private homes and businesses throughout Kelowna  signed on to support wild pollinators by planting and maintaining gardens with pollinator-friendly flowers to help wild bees and other pollinators move safely through the urban landscape. In 2019 Border Free Bees (BFB) and Kelowna Museums also hosted workshops to help people become Travelling Bee Ambassadors.

<em>Edit Conservation Project/Cause</em> Born Free Foundation ~ Lions of Lyon  - Special Edition Giclee Prints | Kay Middleton

Born Free Foundation ~ Lions of Lyon

Artist: Kay Middleton

Posted: 25 Oct, 2019 | Updated: 25 Oct, 2019

Born Free Foundation's Lions of Lyon

Raincoast Conservation Foundation

Artist: Stuart Arnett

Posted: 25 Oct, 2019 | Updated: 25 Oct, 2019

Artwork has been completed and is currently for sale with 50% going towards the Raincoast's continued conservation work. Prints are also available onboard the Raincoast's research vessel the Achiever.

Create Conservation Project/Cause -  | Karin Snoots

"Pets Helping Pets" An Original Portrait Of Your Pet, For A Good Cause

Artist: Karin Snoots

Posted: 17 Oct, 2019 | Updated: 17 Oct, 2019

Pet owners may commission portraits of their furry family members in an array of sizes.

Paintings are created using either acrylics or oils on gallery wrapped canvases. A 25% benefit will be donated from its commission to participating animal welfare organiza­tions, including the Brandywine SPCA of DE or Delaware Humane Society.

MERR Institute

Artist: Karin Snoots

Posted: 17 Oct, 2019 | Updated: 17 Oct, 2019

Karin Snoots collaborated with Marine Education Research and Rehabilitation Institute (MERR) in the design of a Delaware automobile license plate that features themes of conservation and the state's natural beauty. It was signed into law Aug. 1, 2012 by Gov. Jack Markell and was approved by both the DMV, and Delaware Law Enforcement now