Protected Parks Postcards


Share the spaces we saved together

This time of year, you’d normally find many Canadians out and about enjoying the nice weather and longer days with lakeside hangouts, campfire chats, and nature walks in some of our favourite protected parks. But this year, as we all rally to slow the spread of COVID-19 with physical distancing, it’s best to keep our summer plans local.

Thankfully, we live in the age of the Internet — and with a little thinking outside the box, we can still share our favorite nature parks with our favourite people.

Whether your family and friends are on the other side of the continent or down the block, a digital postcard will let them know you’re thinking of them.

The best part? These postcards feature places the Ecojustice community had a hand in helping protect for future generations.

Stay in touch with your loved ones by sending a digital park postcard.



Photo credits: 

Gros Morne National Park Postcard: Background photo by Tyler Brenot* (public domain) Letter photos by Joanna Poe*¹, likeaduck*¹, VisitGrosMorne*¹, Natalie Lucier*¹, Wallace Howe*²

Purcell Wilderness Conservancy Provincial Park Postcard: Background photo by Cori Gadomski Letter photos by Lucas Jmieff, Vlad Podvorny*¹, marneejill*², Danny Laroche*¹

Rouge Urban National Park Postcard: Background photo by David Fulmer*¹ Letter photos by Michael*¹, Matt MacGillivray*¹, Robin_Ottawa*¹, David Fulmer*¹, The City of Toronto*¹, DaPuglet*², Sajith T S*²,  Mark Nenadov*¹, Sharon Mollerus*¹, Michael*¹

Tallurutiup Imanga/Lancaster Sound Postcard: Background photo by Baffin Bay (public domain) Letter photos by Markus Trienke*², Gregory Slobirdr Smith*¹, NASA ICE*¹, Anders Sandberg*¹

* photo via Flickr
¹ photo obtained under CC-BY-2.0
² photo obtained under CC-BY-SA-2.0


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Stay in touch this summer

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