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Red Trillium at Roussel-Steffler Memorial Sanctuary in Douro-Dummer Township, Kawarthas
Protected Lands

Kawartha Land Trust Conserves Five New Properties

Kawartha Land Trust (KLT) is thrilled to head into spring with more positive conservation news for the Kawarthas. We’re pleased to share with you that through the support of individual donors like you and funding from Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) and Wildlife Habitat Canada (WHC), KLT has protected protect an additional five properties: Roussel-Steffler Memorial Sanctuary, O’Leary Family Wetland, Wittek Property, Found Property, and Roscarrock Conservation Easement.

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Kawartha Land Trust's Vincent Woods
KLT Volunteers

Volunteer Opportunities: Lead Property Stewards

Protect the land you love — volunteer as a Lead Property Steward with Kawartha Land Trust (KLT). KLT is seeking volunteer Lead Property Stewards or Additional Lead Property Stewards for several of our nature reserves.

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Hammer Family Nature Preserve

Kawartha Land Trust Announces Protection of Largest Property in Organization’s 22-year history & $2.9-million Investment from Province’s Greenlands Conservation Partnership

On February 12, 2024, Kawartha Land Trust announced the protection of the Hammer Family Nature Preserve in the Municipality of Trent Lakes, the largest property the charitable organization has conserved in its 22-year history. KLT was also shared news of the $2.9-million investment made toward the purchase of the property through the Province of Ontario’s Greenlands Conservation Partnership program.

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Kawartha Land Trust baseball cap on a post at Ballyduff Trails in Kawartha Lakes in fall
KLT Volunteers

Kawartha Land Trust’s 2024 Volunteer Satisfaction Survey

At Kawartha Land Trust (KLT), volunteers are the heart and soul of what we do. Over the past few months, we have focused on enhancing KLT’s volunteer program — examining how we engage with our volunteers at all stages of their involvement with us and identifying gaps where we can do better. Now we would like to hear from you — we want to hear about your personal experience as a KLT volunteer through our Volunteer Satisfaction Survey.

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