Depot Creek Nature Reserve

Fourth Lake Nature Reserve North

Salmon Island

Fourth Lake Nature Reserve

Your Local Land Trust

Protecting forever our natural heritage in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington

13

Properties
protected

18

Species at risk are
provided habitat

452

Hectares of protected
habitat

149

Supporting
members

Visit Depot Creek

Follow the marked trails to enjoy a variety of habitats at this nature reserve.

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You Can Help

Join others on a property monitoring trip or to help with stewardship tasks, including trail maintenance and pond sampling.


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Landowner Info
We would like to help you to conserve the land you love for the future. Find out more here.


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Upcoming or Recent Events

To Know the Crow: January 21, 2024

To Know the Crow: January 21, 2024

Hosted by the Land Conservancy for KFLA. Guest speaker Kevin McGowan, PhD, of Cornell University to present, followed by a photo sharing session. The Land Conservancy for Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington invites you “To Know the Crow”, a webinar with Kevin...

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The Scoop on Poop: Nov 12, 2023

The Scoop on Poop: Nov 12, 2023

Guest speaker presentation Join us and Peter Simons, Chief Park Naturalist, Algonquin Park, to learn how he identifies animals by what they have left behind. Photo sharing You are invited to send one or two photographs of scat you have seen in this region to...

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Learn about Bats: April 30, 2023

Learn about Bats: April 30, 2023

Join us for a virtual online event. Presented by Matt Saunders “The Real Batman”, and hosted by the Land Conservancy for KFLA, find out about the 8 species of bats that live in our region. Please register on Eventbrite. This will be a Zoom event. Zoom login details...

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Recent News

Save this Place campaign wrap-up – we reached our goals!

Save this Place campaign wrap-up – we reached our goals!

It all began with the opportunity to acquire 204 acres near Parham. The owner had carefully nursed his property back to health and wanted to make sure it would remain a place for nature, forever. He offered to donate one-quarter of its value to the Land Conservancy....

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