QLF Global works around the world investing in nature to help cities and rural communities, companies, and farmers plan for a future where the needs of people and the environment can be balanced. By looking beyond geographic boundaries, QLF Global forms cross-border, bioregional conservation partnerships and action plans. Using this holistic thinking, QLF Global can generate wider outcomes for people and nature.
In addition, given the unique nature of our Alumni network, we reduce the carbon footprint of our projects be offering consultants that work and live close to our clients, wherever they may be around the world.
For more than fifty years, the Quebec Labrador Foundation has focused on communities and stewardship. We have led the way, in projects and exchanges that concentrate on the people as well as nature.
Our Alumni network of over 5000 conservation professionals from around the world are our unique assest. Unlike other conservation organizations we are able to match projects to local experts.
QLF Global’s vision is to enable and empower conservation leaders across the the world, enriching and sustaining communities from Newfoundland to Vietnam.
Photo: (Top of Page) The Empty Quarter (Rub al Khali), Arabian Peninsula, Oman. The coast of this peninsula is a sea turtle nesting beach. Photograph by Beth Alling.
Photo: (Bottom-left) Rosemary Furfey, as a member of the Living Rivers Program, leads a field trip of QLF Board Members, Tabusintac, New Brunswick, 1976. Photograph by Candace Cochrane.