David Archibald Teddy Bear Picnic Thursday August 24 Dahl Forest

Join singer/songwriter David Archibald for a singing ramble through the Dahl Forest!  Learn interesting facts about bears and enjoy the beautiful scenery at this HHLT property near Gelert.  Register

Create your own Pollinator Garden!

    Check out the tab Current Projects: Canada 150, near the top of the screen, or click here,  to find all the steps and information needed to create your own pollinator garden!

Wanted: Bat Sightings!

Go to bat for BATS! Report bat sightings this year to contribute to our new bat study. (bat box building workshop on July 8 currently full, please contact our office to get on a waiting list)

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WE DID IT!

BIOBLITZ 2017

at Dahl Forest

The Land Trust held Haliburton County's first BioBlitz on June 24 and 25.  It was a great success with hundreds of species recorded.  Watch out for the full report coming soon under our Canada 150 tab!

 

 

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Land Trust Discovery Days presents David Archibald Teddy Bear Picnic, Thursday August 24th, at the Dahl Forest.

Please register here!  Admission by donation

Generously supported by TD Friends of the Environment

   

David Archibald Teddy Bear Picnic Thursday August 24 Dahl Forest

Join singer/songwriter David Archibald for a singing ramble through the Dahl Forest!  Learn interesting facts about bears and enjoy the beautiful scenery at this HHLT property near Gelert.  Register … [Read More...]

Create your own Pollinator Garden!

    Check out the tab Current Projects: Canada 150, near the top of the screen, or click here,  to find all the steps and information needed to create your own pollinator garden! … [Read More...]

NORAH’S ISLAND 10 YEAR CELEBRATION!

Meet on Norah's Island on Sunday, July 16 from 1pm to 3pm to celebrate the donation of the amazing Norah's Island! Parking is available at the Kennisis Lake Marina, thanks to Doug Mahood, and If … [Read More...]