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The most valuable islands you’ve never heard of


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The most valuable islands you’ve never heard of


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Help Shape the Future of the 100 Wild Islands!

Wild Islands Information Session:

WHEN: Tuesday February 13th, 6:30-9pm* 

WHERE: Sheet Harbour Legion Hall, 23566 HWY 7, Sheet Harbour

* rescheduled from the event postponed on January 30th

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Off Canada’s east coast lies a little known yet incredible natural treasure - a vast and beautiful archipelago of over 100 Wild Islands. This is one of the last remaining intact and ecologically rich island groups of its size in North America. 

In August of 2016 we reached our goal of raising $7 million for the protection of these islands. To date over 85% of the 100 Wild Islands are protected with more in progress!

However, once the islands are protected our work is just beginning. We commit to protect and steward the islands, forever.

Be part of the legacy 100 Wild Islands Legacy. 

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Largely undisturbed since the last ice age


Largely undisturbed since the last ice age


In the 100 Wild Islands wilderness, untouched white sand beaches, idyllic sheltered coves, and dramatic, windswept headlands welcome the intrepid wilderness paddler or sailor.

The unique boreal rainforests, bogs and barrens, and over 250 kilometres of shoreline--have been largely undisturbed by humans for over 10,000 years.

A rich diversity of birds find refuge in the islands, from majestic eagles and osprey to over 100 species of seabirds, songbirds and shorebirds.

Unmatched opportunities abound for exploration and discovery.

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A Pristine Wilderness in Our Backyard


A Pristine Wilderness in Our Backyard


Opportunities to protect a coastal island wilderness of this scale and significance are increasingly rare across the planet. That’s why Nova Scotians are so lucky to have this pristine wilderness right in our own backyard.

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Preserve an irreplaceable part of Canada’s treasured coastal legacy


Preserve an irreplaceable part of Canada’s treasured coastal legacy