Conservation

Invasive Species along the Niagara Escarpment

Invasive Species along the Niagara Escarpment A number of invasive species have made their way to the Niagara Escarpment. These species threaten the health of our escarpment ecosystems and can have detrimental impacts on native species. An invasive species is…

Three New Nature Reserves in the Sydenham section

Conservation success in the Sydenham section Three New Nature Reserves in the Sydenham Section are now protected! Thanks to the support of over 1,750 donors, 243 acres of natural land and close to 2 km of Bruce Trail in the…

Vanishing Stream Controlled Burn

This fall, the Bruce Trail Conservancy will be conducting a controlled burn at Vanishing Stream Nature Reserve to improve grassland habitat.

Riverside Woods Nature Reserve

Riverside Woods Nature Reserve

Riverside Woods Nature Reserve Conservation success! This new nature reserve has been added to our conservation corridor. This 216-acre nature reserve has been forever protected thanks to the support of our donors. Riverside Woods Nature Reserve Caledon Hills section216 acres1,200…

Fisher’s Pond Controlled Burn

This April, the Bruce Trail Conservancy will be conducting a controlled burn at Fisher’s Pond Nature Reserve to improve grassland habitat.

Emerging Invasive Species

Emerging Invasive Species along the Bruce Trail Three new invasive species recently recorded in Ontario could pose a threat to biodiversity on the Niagara Escarpment. Early detection will be key to managing their spread, and hikers can help. How you…

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