Land Fund

"At All in the Wild Photography, conservation is a part of who we are. Every year, 6% of sales go directly toward nature conservation."

-Jason Leo Bantle on the All in the Wild Land Fund


In 2010, Jason and the team at All in the Wild Photography agreed that it was time to start giving more back to nature. As a result of this decision, the All in the Wild Land Fund was born. A portion of proceeds from each art piece of Jason's art purchased goes into this fund which is then used to purchase land to be set aside for conservation.  

Jason made a personal donation of land into the fund in 2010, setting aside a parcel near Clavet, Saskatchewan, a unique location with a lekking area for sharp-tailed grouse. These lekking areas are sometimes hundreds of years old and are used by male grouse each spring as they attempt to attract a mate.

Lekking areas are important breeding grounds, but as grassy habitat gives way to development, suitable terrain in which these and other North American grouse species can lek becomes more scarce. Sharp-tailed Grouse populations have declined over much of their range due to habitat disruption.



Since 2010, a portion of every sale of Jason Leo Bantle's art was donated to the All in the Wild Land Fund.  In 2013, the team at All in the Wild Photography had enough to purchase another parcel of land, this time in the Christopher Lake, Saskatchewan area. 

As Jason would say,  "this area has over a million trees, too many to count".  Although small relative to Mother Nature's need, it is home to many parkland species, like the pileated woodpecker, beaver, coyote, moose and so many more; Mother Nature's residents will live in peace knowing they have a secure home.  This area not only provides a home for many, it also provides a great stand of trees for sequestering carbon, a small but worthy attempt at helping to reduce carbon in our atmosphere.

Since starting the All in the Wild Land Fund, we have been fortunate enough to have been able to purchase over 600 acres for conservation.

 

At All in the Wild, we believe that every effort makes a difference.  We look forward to continuing to purchase land for nature, support nature conservation organizations and educate collectors and guests at our galleries about the importance of Mother Nature. 

When you collect and enjoy Jason's images,  All in the Wild and Jason Leo Bantle can proudly continue our conservation efforts!

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