The Limber Pine
Part of the 5 Needle White Pines family, In Canada, the Limber Pine has been on the endangered species (COSEWIC) list since 2014. In Alberta, the Limber pine was added to the Endangered list in 2008 under the provincial Wildlife Act. The oldest tree you will find in Alberta faces a number of challenges in it's natural habitat and plays a functional role in high mountain ecosystems.
What we're doing to help
Wild + pine [edmonton, ab]
Wild + Pine Sustainability is doubling down on exponential technologies that will drive sustainability now and for decades to come. Their work empowers leaders across Canada to take climate action and be a part of the global net-zero solution.
Not only are they committed to positive change in the world through their impact business model, they’re also a Certified B Corporation, which signifies a commitment to balancing purpose and profit throughout the organization.
In partnership with Wild + Pine, Limber's Lift program sponsors the planting of a tree for every birdie made by our 'Pinecones' in tournament play for the year. These trees are planted in Wild + Pine's projects across Western Canada to restore marginal lands back to a natural forested landscape.
Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation
WPEF is a non-profit, science-based organization working to restore and preserve the whitebark pine and to educate the public on its valuable ecosystem.
We are collecting donations at checkout that support student research projects into recovery of the species and ecosystems.
See below to see how much we've accomplished together for this awesome foundation!