Privacy Policy

In the pursuit of generating research, developing policy and implementing programs to improve results for conservation in Canada, the Centre for Land Conservation may collect personal information from individuals and organizations. CLC values and respects the privacy of these individuals and organizations. CLC is committed to protecting the privacy of its employees, volunteers, donors, participants in its research or programs, and other individuals who share information with the Centre. 

View CLC’s Privacy Policy here. 

Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest Policy

To promote integrity and excellence at the Centre for Land Conservation, Directors and Employees annually agree to adhere to a shared professional code of conduct and conflict of interest policy.

View CLC’s code of conduct and conflict of interest policy here.