~ Margaret Mead
The Algoma Highlands Conservancy's New Year Resolution is to become "Debt Free" in 2013! You can help to protect the unique beauty and conserve the ecological wonders of King Mountain and Robertson Cliffs by "fostering" an acre for yourself or someone you love. You can select a specific acre or acres from our virtual map or have one or more assigned to you. Acres are priced in four categories with costs being proportional to perceived ecological, aesthetic or recreational value of the fostered acre. For a limited time only, your donation value will be generously matched by our longstanding supporters at The EJLB Foundation, a Montreal-based private foundation; ultimately doubling the conservation value of your ecological gift. Funds raised through this campaign will be used to pay down our outstanding mortgage and as a result will ensure that King Mountain and Robertson Cliffs will remain open and available to the public for silent sport recreation for many years to come. As a token of our sincerest appreciation, you will receive a beautiful certificate with photographic representation of your chosen foster category, a tax receipt for the full amount donated, and the specific GPS coordinates of your acre. All donors for this program will also be recognized on our website! Click here to find out more
FEDDEV Ontario Funding for Norm's Cabin Rehabilitation Project
We are thrilled to announce funding received through the FEDDEV Ontario, Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund for the rehabilitation of Norm's Cabin as an ecotourism destination.
Send us your photos!
The Algoma Highlands Conservancy would like to thank the following friends for providing us with the beautiful photos that you see above. Spectacular shots were taken by: Doug Pitt (Conservation), Valerie Walker (Silent Sport Recreation), Jennifer Cross (Sustainable Forestry), and Rob Routledge (Environmental Education and Research). Contribute to our image archive by emailing your favourite photos of the Conservancy to firstname.lastname@example.org.
JOIN US AS A MEMBER! or MAKE A DONATION!
The Algoma Highlands Conservancy is continuing to work to promote conservation, silent-sport recreation, environmental education and research, and to promote sustainable forest management in the broader Algoma Highlands region. Visit our "What's New" section to find out what we have accomplished lately.
Throughout all of our efforts we have enjoyed significant "grass-roots" support from many individuals. If you believe in our cause and want to become more actively involved in it please click the "Membership" button on the left side of your screen for more details. Of course we are always willing to accept donations. We sincerely appreciate your interest and generosity in our collective efforts – THANK YOU!