Help us act now to preserve and conserve:
Caledon Hills section (Hockley Valley)
640 m of Bruce Trail Optimum Route
Beaver Valley section
1 km of Bruce Trail Optimum Route
Click on the images above to learn more about these important areas.
Driftwood Cove, Fisher's Pond, Tall Timbers and East Mountain represent an expansive mix of landscape that showcase the very breadth of the Bruce Trail Conservancy's land preservation work; from rugged, isolated shorelines and cliffs on Georgian Bay, to expansive rolling landscapes in Burlington that offer unfettered views of Toronto's skyline; from sweeping meadows and rocky uplands in the Beaver Valley, to a silent, green cathedral-like forest near Hockley Valley.
The cost to secure this land, and to support the associated programs to manage these lands and carry out other mission-based programs, is more than $3 million. Our generous donors have already contributed an inspiring $2 million.
We need your help to raise the remaining $1 million required to preserve these lands and care for them and the Bruce Trail in perpetuity.
to ensure these vital pieces of land are forever protected and our conservation work can continue.
Your entire donation will be allocated to preserving and conserving more Escarpment land, and supporting the associated programs to manage these lands and carry out other mission-based programs. If donations to the profiled properties exceed the required funds, or if the BTC is not able to secure the profiled properties, your donation will be used to secure and steward other lands within the Bruce Trail's Conservation Corridor.
Each dollar has a meaningful and lasting impact on the preservation of our precious Niagara Escarpment landscape.
We want you to experience first-hand the difference your gift is making to the future of the Niagara Escarpment.
All who donate to our 2018 Conservation Corridor Appeal will be invited to join us on an interpretive tour in May 2019, showcasing the land you preserved:
Space is limited. To register, follow the online prompts after you make your donation.
We will be in touch with tour registrants in April 2019 with further details and to re-confirm attendance.
Three easy ways to donate:
Bruce Trail Conservancy
PO Box 857
Please make your cheque payable to "Bruce Trail Conservancy" and indicate your desire to have your gift applied to the "Fall 2018 Conservation Corridor Appeal".