We value and appreciate the working relationships with our partners and supporters. Our work is possible in large part due to the support of grants, corporate contributions and individual donors. Everyone plays a part to help Lake Superior thrive. We encourage you to consider supporting our work. Donations small and large all add up and help to create something great.

We believe that we can achieve more together.

Historic Sault Ste Marie Métis Community

The collective, elected voice of the Métis community in Sault Ste Marie and surrounding areas. Working as a collective to support the cultural, social, political and economic needs of our citizens. A chartered Community Council of the Métis Nation of Ontario.

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Investment Readiness Program

Funded by the Government of Canada, the Investment Readiness Program (IRP) supports social purpose organizations as they contribute to solving pressing social, cultural and environmental challenges across Canada.

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Superior Coffee Roasting Co.

Incorporated in 2012 on the shores of one of the Greatest Lakes in the World (Superior), the coffee roasting business with its namesake set her sail and began the journey of bringing fresh roasted coffee to Canada, the United States, and the World!

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Delta Hotels Sault Ste. Marie Waterfront

As the city's only waterfront full-service hotel, we invite you to explore downtown while soaking up sweeping views of St. Mary's River. You'll have unbeatable access to the city's business district, as well as GFL Memorial Gardens and Algoma University.

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Holiday Inn Express Sault Ste Marie

Located on the corner of Bay and Bruce Streets in downtown Sault Ste. Marie, we are within steps of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Headquarters and Roberta Bondar Place, the Ministry of Natural Resources, and just minutes from Essar Steel and the Sault Area Hospital.

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Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition

The Healing Our Waters-Great Lakes Coalition is a coalition of local, state, and regional advocates working together to establish Great Lakes restoration and protection as a national conservation priority.

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Perimeter Forest

We generate carbon and nature credits through ecosystem investments, biodiversity enhancement, and sustainable forest management practices.

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We are a proud member of:

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The Lake Superior Watershed Conservancy respectfully acknowledges this place as the traditional, ancestral homelands of the Anishinaabeg. For thousands of years, people lived in a respectful reciprocity with these beautiful waters and the green growing world.

We aim to build mutual respect as we work to be trusted allies in Indigenous-led work for the health of the whole watershed.

“I am so proud to be included in this circle of caring for Nibi and the work of the Conservancy. To tell the stories, to engage people in learning and acting in respectful ways toward the Land, Water, People, Animals, Birds, Fish is so important. Spirit will help us if we act in ways that acknowledge that Water is Life, and without Nibi, we cannot exist.”

- Shirley Horn, The Children of Shingwauk

How To Help

Protecting the greatest Lake on Earth means we all have a role to play in addressing the threatening elements of climate change, biodiversity loss, pollution, invasive species, and the diversion of water from the watershed.

We believe in the power of our collective effort to solve these challenges.