Friends of the Saskatoon Afforestation Areas Inc.


Business Number: 777143876RR0001

$20,000 for $3.00!!!    Hey donate a minimum of $3.00 to the Friends of the Saskatoon Afforestation Areas Inc. in June, 2020, through this page which enters our charity in the Great Canadian Giving Challenge and our charity will have a chance to win $20,000!  This way you can do your part to stop illegal motorized trespass, illegal dumping, and protect endangered species.  Wow!  Cool Beans!  A parking lot costs $20,000!!!

The Friends of the Saskatoon Afforestation Areas Inc. not – for – profit incorporation has five charitable purposes as follows;

1/ To protect the environment for the benefit of the public by conserving or restoring ecosystems and biodiversity on a long-term basis at the Saskatoon Afforestation Areas, which were preserved in perpetuity by City of Saskatoon Council in 1972.

2/ To protect the environment for the benefit of the public by reducing pollution and by cleaning up illegal trash dumping in the Saskatoon Afforestation Areas through addressing land dump sites and monitoring wetlands and greenspaces for instances of illegal dumping

3/ To provide public amenities by maintaining the Saskatoon Afforestation Areas.

4/ To protect and preserve significant heritage sites by ensuring safety, restoring, developing, and maintaining the Saskatoon Afforestation Areas with a view to commemorating the Saskatoon Afforestation Areas and educating the public about it. Commemorate; honor and respect the past, celebrate the present and provide a legacy for the future.

What People Are Saying

"We forget that we owe our existence to  the presence of Trees.   As far as forest  cover goes, we have never been in such a  vulnerable position as we are today.  The  only answer is to plant more Trees – to  Plant Trees for Our Lives."

— Richard St. Barbe Baker

"If a man loses one-third of his skin he dies; if a tree loses one-third of its bark, it too dies. If the Earth is a 'sentient being', would it not be reasonable to expect that if it loses one-third of its trees and vegetable covering, it will also die? "

— Richard St. Barbe Baker

"Planting and growing increasing quantities of trees is the scientific solution to Earth's environmental dilemma."

— Richard St. Barbe Baker

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