Bruce Trail Conservancy Magazine is delivered 4 times a year to members of the Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC).
In each issue, you'll find:
- spectacular photography
- in-depth feature articles on Bruce Trail and Escarpment flora, fauna, history and geology
- regular columns on the BTC's progress in protecting the Niagara Escarpment and securing the Bruce Trail on permanently protected land
- updates on our conservation and restoration activities
- descriptions of the BTC's newly protected natural areas
- profiles of volunteers, donors, and members
- trail changes & reroutes
- ...and more!
You won't find Bruce Trail Conservancy Magazine on bookstore shelves. It is available exclusively to our members, donors and landowners.
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Kids' Corner: A special part of Bruce Trail Conservancy Magazine just for kids.
In the Kids' Corner pages, we invite all junior hikers to share their experiences and amazing creations inspired by the Bruce Trail.
Kids, do you have a drawing, poem, story, photo, hike review, or other creation inspired by the Bruce Trail? We’d love to share it in an upcoming Kids’ Corner.
Send your creations to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t forget to include your name, age, description of your entry, and permission from your guardian.
The BTC does not sell advertising space in Bruce Trail Conservancy Magazine. The few advertisements we do have are limited to our major sponsors. For information on sponsorship, contact Marsha Russell at email@example.com.
Members also receive newsletters from their chosen Bruce Trail Club(s). Most of the 9 Bruce Trail Clubs produces its own newsletter 3-4 times a year, complete with local events, volunteer opportunities and other Club initiatives.