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Partner with Project Forest to help fund an ecological reconciliation project at Swan River First Nation.

Challenge accepted!? Take the syrup shot.

Challenge other businesses to do the same!

Together, LV Energy and Project Forest are challenging Canadian businesses to step up and make a difference across our landscapes.

Across Canada, First Nations are becoming the authors of their own future. Leaning on their deep connection with mother earth has helped form a natural alliance with non-profit conservation-based organizations like Project Forest to restore their traditional lands. When businesses partner with us, our collaboration makes a measurable, and meaningful difference.

The goal

In just 3.5 short months the Canadian Business Community came together and funded the Project Forest – Swan River Ecological Reconciliation Project. With your help, we will transition 34ha and have planted over 56,000 seedlings! The work is just getting started and so is this challenge. We are getting ready to announce our next Ecological Reconciliation Project, to be the first to learn about it please sign up for our newsletter!

Cheers to a New Chapter

One tree at a time, we’re deeply committed to partnering with Swan River First Nation in a journey that relies heavily on their knowledge and traditions. After all, this process isn’t possible—ethically or otherwise—without the support of those who live, work, and play on this land. It’s also not possible without the support of businesses like yours.

The Project Forest – Swan River Ecological Reconciliation Project is a first-of-its-kind initiative. Together, we are setting a precedent to reestablish traditional food and land use opportunities for Indigenous communities. Help bring First Nation’s traditional forests back to life across our country.

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Get your province talking!

We need to get our province talking. So whether it’s becoming a partner, challenging others to take the shot, or simply spreading the word, making some noise for the Great Canadian Tree Challenge is one of the best things you can do.