About Our Auction
South Nation Conservation (SNC) is hosting an online silent art auction, with all funds raised going towards helping us reach our milestone goal of planting 200,000 trees next spring!
Since 1990, SNC has planted more than 3.4 million trees across its watershed jurisdiction in Eastern Ontario thanks to community and municipal partnerships and fundraising initiatives. The most trees ever planted by SNC in a single year was 190,000 in 1993.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several of SNC's planned fundraising events to help reach this milestone goal were cancelled. Instead SNC would like to thank the generous support of the local arts community who have donated their work for our auction to try and help make our planting goal a reality.
All donated artwork and photography has been professionally appraised by Cailuan Gallery (www.cailuan.ca) in Cornwall to determine fair market values and minimum bids. Each piece comes with an appraisal certificate.
Private artwork viewings may be scheduled at SNC's office in Finch by appointment only. Please contact email@example.com or call 1-877-984-2948.
Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to acquire local artwork, photography, handcrafted jewelry and woodworking crafts to help plant more trees!
Be sure to click "View All Items" to see all available items. Happy bidding and thank you for the support!
You can also make a donation to SNC online at www.nation.on.ca/donate.
About South Nation Conservation
South Nation Conservation is a not-for-profit Conservation Authority, protecting and enhancing the local environment across the South Nation River watershed in Eastern Ontario through municipal and community partnerships, self-generated revenue, and fundraising.
After The Rain III
Original Painting by Kathleen Morin
Original Painting by Ronald Leonard
Golden Hour Over Algonquin
Photography by John Mazerall
Limerick Pink Ladyslipper
Original Painting by Aleta Karstad
Original Painting by Carrie Keller
Snowshoeing In Warwick
Original Painting by Laura Stevens
Sunset On The Castor
Original Painting by Paul Schibli
The Bend In The River
Photography by J. Paul Deveau
Original Painting by Jim Leach