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Glen Burn (Howson) CEA

Otonabee Township

Established 2010


Protected Acres


Major Donald Howson

Open to public:



Conservation Easement Agreement

Interesting Features:

Over the past decades, Major Donald Howson has planted thousands of trees on his property. To protect his stewardship efforts into the future, Howson decided to create a Conservation Easement Agreement with Kawartha Land Trust.

Sitting atop the highest point in Otonabee Township, this property has fantastic views off to Rice Lake, over the renowned Peterborough Drumlin Field, and on to the City of Peterborough itself. It contains a geological area of natural and scientific interest for its reversed direction drumlins, creek headwaters, and active agricultural fields.

This property is privately owned and is not open to the public. If you would like more information or have an interest in visiting as part of one of our stewardship days please contact Kawartha Land Trust.

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