In 2010, my team at All in the Wild, and I, decided that we wanted to do something that would more directly contribute to the conservation of nature, and so we decided to create the All in the Wild Land Trust. Since then, 6% of all of the sales from my work have gone towards this trust, which, to date, has allowed for 1,600 acres of land to be purchased and set aside for conservation. Although this amount of land is small, relative to the amount of habitat that is under threat around the world, we are nonetheless proud to have made this modest contribution. We hope that everyone who has collected my work can share in this pride. Without your generous support, none of this would have been possible. With your continued support, we look forward to announcing additional acquisitions over the coming years.
2010 - The Land Trust is created, and the first parcel of land, near Clavet, Saskatchewan, is acquired, protecting a lekking area for sharp-tailed grouse.
2013 - A 160 acre parcel of land in the Lakeland District of Saskatchewan is purchased, containing extensive natural wetlands, and home to raccoons, black bears, white tail dear, and numerous bird species.
Photo taken on the Lakeland parcel.
2015 - A 480 acre parcel of parkland near Sonningdale, Saskatchewan is purchased, containing natural wetlands, and home to moose, elk, racoons, and a number of songbird species.
Photo taken on the Sonningdale parcel.
2017 - A 960 acre parcel near Choiceland, Saskatchewan in the boreal forest is purchased, the largest acquisition to date. Some of the species protected include elk, moose, black bears, great grey owls, wolves, and beavers.
Photo taken on the Choiceland, Saskatchewan parcel.
2017 - We begin a partnership with Horizon Pet Nutrition, a Saskatchewan-based natural pet food company, whereby they agree to donate a portion of the sales from their Taiga dog food line to the Land Trust.
Watch this 3 minute video of Jason answering questions regarding his motivation, climate change, art, and the Land Trust: