Land Conservancy KFLA
Our goal is to preserve wild lands in the Ontario counties of Frontenac and Lennox and Addington, providing vital habitat for the diverse plant and animal species here.
So far, we are
- protecting eight properties
- providing habitat to 19 species at risk
- managing 220 hectares (540 acres) of critical habitat
- receiving support from 135 members
- succeeding as a community-based, all-volunteer, not-for-profit charity.
Please read more on this web site about how you can help our land conservation efforts.
Your local land trusts invites you to an afternoon about nature. When and where: Sunday October 29, 2017, 2 pm to 4 pm, Community Room, Sydenham Library, 4412 Wheatley Street, Sydenham. Look at some cool local maps, talk to experts,
You are invited … Monday October 23, 2017, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm, Roblin Firehall in Roblin ON Hear Mark Stabb of the Nature Conservancy of Canada talk about alvar and grassland environments of the Limestone Plain. Review our natural
Thanks to an Ontario Trillium Foundation grant, we have hired Lesley Rudy as project management support and North-South Environmental Inc. for analysis and writing, both to help us develop a Natural Heritage Strategy.
Watch a short video. Four students from the Fleming College Ecosystem Management Technology program — Mitchel Kellar, Adrienne Parsons, Rebekah Short, and Elizabeth Travers — reported at our last annual general meeting on best practices for Bobolink and Eastern Meadowlark breeding
Laurel Trull lost good friend Ernie Munroe in 2014. “Ernie inspired many with his zest for life. He worked out regularly, loved jazz, played the keyboard, and enjoyed walking with friends on the local trails. He especially enjoyed seeing the
From May to October on the last Sunday of each month, volunteers gather at the Depot Creek Nature Reserve from noon until 3:00 pm to ensure the nature reserve stays healthy. Work party activities may include trail monitoring, spreading wood