STEWARDSHIP FUNDING CAMPAIGN

We are excited that you have chosen to donate to the Haliburton Highlands Land Trust (HHLT). The HHLT is a registered charity dedicated to conserving the natural environment and enhancing quality of life in the Highlands. We do this by acquiring ecologically significant lands and engaging the community in support of this work to ensure these lands are cared for in perpetuity.

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We presently provide stewardship to five beautiful properties of approximately 1200 acres and provide stewardship oversight of another 100 acres under a Conservation Easement Agreement. Although HHLT properties have been donated, there were and continue to be, significant costs associated with the securing and maintaining of these ecologically rich and diverse properties. Such costs include administrative, legal, consulting and accounting costs, providing and maintaining public access and education programs and maintaining habitat for all Species at Risk.

The HHLT appreciates your financial support as it continues its efforts to protect and conserve ecologically sensitive lands throughout the Haliburton Highlands. Your donation will go a long way to helping the HHLT support its ongoing stewardship activities. You can also donate by sending your donation to the HHLT office in Haliburton. All donations will be eligible for a tax receipt.

View over a pond at Barnum Creek Nature Reserve

Barnum Creek Nature Reserve - HHLT Chair Mary Lou Gerstl and Land Donor Margaret Dobrzensky expore.

 

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STEWARDSHIP FUNDING CAMPAIGN!

The Haliburton Highlands Land Trust is embarking on a campaign to raise funds for our Stewardship Fund.Ā  Please CLICK HERE to find out more and make your donation today!

Help protect the Land You Love for Future Generations!

We presently provide stewardship to five beautiful properties of approximately 1200 acres and provide stewardship oversight of another 100 acres under a Conservation Easement Agreement. Although HHLT properties have been donated, there were and continue to be, significant costs associated with the securing and maintaining of these ecologically rich and diverse properties. Such costs include administrative, legal, consulting and accounting costs, providing and maintaining public access and education programs and maintaining habitat for all Species at Risk.