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It's official: Driftwood Cove now part of Bruce Peninsula National Park

Thanks to a collaboration between Parks Canada and the Bruce Trail Conservancy, 3,272 acres of Niagara Escarpment wilderness and 8 km of Bruce Trail are protected for future generations. On (Read More)

Letter to the BTC Membership from the Board Chair

Dear Bruce Trail Conservancy Members, Last week the Board of Directors announced that Beth Gilhespy's contract will be coming to conclusion at the end of the year after a successful (Read More)

A Message from the Bruce Trail Conservancy Board of Directors

After nearly 15 years at the helm of the Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC), the Chief Executive Officer, Beth Gilhespy will be moving on at the end of the year. Throughout (Read More)

Driftwood Cove: A note from our friends at Nature Conservancy of Canada

Great article from our friends at Nature Conservancy of Canada in support of our upcoming Driftwood Cove acquisition with Parks Canada: Driftwood Cove and Bruce Trail protected through collaboration "NCC (Read More)

Cheltenham Badlands to re-open September 22

The Bruce Trail Conservancy is pleased to announce that the Cheltenham Badlands will re-open to the public on September 22, 2018. Since this unique and sensitive area in the Caledon (Read More)

Driftwood Cove: A major achievement for conservation and recreation

You can help preserve Driftwood Cove. Donate today > Related: "Driftwood Cove and Bruce Trail protected through collaboration" article from Nature Conservancy of Canada > July 18, 2018 The Bruce (Read More)