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Become a Land Trust Leader and Support Conservation

North American Beaver (Toby Rowland)

Join a special group of people dedicated to protecting Ontario’s irreplaceable wilderness.

What are Land Trust Leaders? This program provides unique opportunities to individuals who make an annual contribution of $1,000 or more in support of The Couchiching Conservancy’s work to protect nature. This support helps to power conservation efforts of the Moraine, Alvar and Land Between to protect the future of our region, the critical habitat of Species at Risk and health of our communities. These undesignated gifts enable the Conservancy to work where is most needed.

Wilson's Snipe - Tanya Clark

Wilson’s Snipe on the Carden Alvar

Land Trust Leaders are a part of a special community. Their commitment and passion for the outdoors is put into action not only by their financial support, but also allows them to experience the wonder of landscapes in the Couchiching region with staff, Board and volunteers.

The benefits of this program to the Land Trust Leaders include:

  • Copy of Annual Report, including special recognition in Report
  • Three Land Trust Leaders guided events at key Nature Reserves, with option to attend one
    • One-on-one time with Conservancy staff, Board and volunteers
    • Meet with others who support local conservation efforts
  • Advance registration for two Passport to Nature events
  • Optional Couchiching Conservancy Swag
  • Optional Conservancy Calendar in partnership with Cameron Curran

  • Use the online donation form below to donate securely through Canada Helps
  • Send an e-transfer through your bank to info@couchconservancy.ca
  • Give us a call and we can take your information and credit card over the phone: 705-326-1620
  • Download a Donation Form and mail to our office (Box 704, Orillia, ON L3V 6K7)

If you have any questions, please reach out to Tanya Clark – 705-326-1620 or tanya@couchconservancy.ca.