We are Haliburton's Community-led Conservation Organization
Since 2004, we have partnered with landowners and governments to care for our local native ecosystems.
So what makes Haliburton unique? With the lowest population density in Southern Ontario, Haliburton contains more intact wilderness than anywhere else south of Algonquin Park. Our lakes, forests, and wetlands are truly our greatest assets. So join us in keeping Haliburton wild, natural, and beautiful.
Current Priority: The Highlands Corridor
This may be our most ambitious project yet! Our research has identified a vital wildlife corridor covering over 100,000 hectares at the south end of Haliburton County. Rich with abundant, undisturbed wetland and forest ecosystems, protecting the corridor will deliver outsized positive impacts on biodiversity and climate mitigation in Haliburton County. Learn More.
Are you a landowner, who owns over 50 acres in the Highlands Corridor (See map below)? Are you interested in habitat conservation and are interested in saving up to 75% on your property taxes? Inquire to become a Haliburton Highlands Land Trust Partner In Conservation. Partner with us.