Land Trust Discovery Days February 2021 CLICK HERE

CLICK HERE for animal tracks videos, printable booklets and tracking information.      

Welcome 2021!

Best wishes for a wonderful year ahead!

New Video Release!

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Barnum Creek Nature Reserve trails are now open to the public!  

Cascading waters of Barnum Creek in spring

   

Click Here for Barnum Creek Nature Reserve Directions, Brochure and Map

  Please note that guided tours through Yours Outdoors are presently postponed until public safety measures and COVID-19 lockdown
 

THANK YOU to the many sponsors and supporters of the 2020 Rock Our World Online Auction!

Please CLICK HERE to see a full list of businesses and individuals who made this event a huge success! We hope you will support those who came through for us and who have supported HHLT through the years. rules allow.                                          

 

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Land Trust Discovery Days Online! Take the "My Backyard" Challenge! 

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Who was here?

 


The Haliburton Highlands Land Trust is pleased to announce that our grant application with the Ontario Trillium Foundation’s 2021 Resilient Communities Fund has been successful.

The Land Trust will receive $ 48,500 over the next 12 months to be used in the redesign of our website, improving our capabilities to enhance our Discovery Days educational programs online and to showcase our conservation projects and our recreational properties.  The funding will allow the Land Trust to rebuild, recover from and adapt to the impacts of Covid-19 on the Land Trust.

We thank the Ontario Trillium Foundation for its continued support of the Haliburton Highlands Land Trust.


 

DONATE HERE TODAY!

  • Become a Member

  • Adopt an Acre of Dahl Forest

  • Secure an acre of Barnum Creek Nature Reserve

  • Learn about Legacy Giving

Your donation will help maintain trails and properties, protect the species that call our land home, and help HHLT work towards protecting the land you love!

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Important information for enjoying winter visits to Barnum Creek Nature Reserve and Dahl Forest

  • The entrance gate to Barnum Creek N.R. is closed in winter and needs to be left clear of vehicles for emergency access.
  • Gould Crossing Road is not ploughed or maintained past the rail trail crossing. The hill is very steep and slippery so we advise that you do not drive up even if the snow is not deep.
  • In order to access Barnum Creek N.R. in winter, limited parking is available along the side of Gould Crossing Road. Please respect all driveways and do not park in the Snowplow Turnaround area.
  • The hike up Gould Crossing Road is short (about 5-10 minutes) but quite steep so please use caution and take your time if this is your first visit. It is a multi-use road so keep to the side of the road.
  • When you visit Dahl Forest in winter, please observe the Snowplow Turnaround signage and park along the north side of the road.

Enjoy your dose of “Vitamin N” this winter!

 

Trail Safety during COVID-19

     

Land Trust Discovery Days February 2021 CLICK HERE

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Welcome 2021!

Best wishes for a wonderful year ahead! … [Read More...]

New Video Release!

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