Membership with Heritage Saskatchewan is open to anyone who has an interest in and values heritage in Saskatchewan.
A Heritage Saskatchewan membership runs from December 1 through to November 30 of the following year (we do not honour partial year, or pro-rated timeframes).
Membership categories include: Individual, Group, and Associate.
or, complete this downloadable Mail-In Form
- Be the first to access Heritage Saskatchewan’s new research, programs, and publications
- Support Heritage Saskatchewan’s efforts in research, community resilience, and leadership
- Be part of the ever-growing heritage community in Saskatchewan
- Have your say and vote at the Heritage Saskatchewan AGM
- Be nominated for a seat on the Board of Directors
- Receive a 30% discount for a membership with the National Trust for Canada
SPECIAL OFFER for Heritage Saskatchewan members with the National Trust for Canada!
Heritage Saskatchewan has partnered with the National Trust for Canada to receive a 30% discount on their membership. To join the National Trust go to Nationaltrustcanada.ca/join and use the code: HeritageHS
As a National Trust member, you will enjoy free access to heritage destinations in Canada and abroad, the Trust members’ magazine, Locale, and discounts on the National Trust Conference. Plus, when you take out a National Trust membership, you strengthen the national voice of the heritage movement and demonstrate that historic places matter! National Trust benefits include:
- Free access to over 70 historic sites in Canada
- Free access to National Trust properties in the England, Wales, Scotland, Australia, and more!
- The National Trust members’ magazine, Locale
- Reduced rates for National Trust conferences
Honouary Life Members include individuals who have made significant contributions to Heritage Saskatchewan. Kristin Enns-Kavanagh was bestowed an Honorary Life Membership at the 2019 Annual General Meeting.
Join other organizations: Heritage Saskatchewan encourages its members to take out memberships in local organizations around the province, including Heritage Regina and the Saskatoon Heritage Society.