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"Our mission is to preserve, protect and restore the significant natural and cultural lands of Huronia for their own sake and for present and future generations."
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We work to conserve Huronia's non-renewable natural and cultural heritage between Georgian Bay and the City of Barrie and between the City of Orillia and the Town of Wasaga Beach.


Unique gift idea suggested by Huronia Land Conservancy

The Huronia Land Conservancy is urging north Simcoe residents to give a gift this Christmas that supports local conservation. A local family has donated the 43-acre Hogg Creek Wetland in Oro-Medonte Township. This provincially significant wetland is directly across the road from the headwaters of the Hogg River. Individuals can help protect this legacy with a charitable donation in the name of a family member or friend. Approximately $40,000 will be required to protect the land in perpetuity.

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Protecting the Past;
Conserving the Future.

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Huronia Land Conservancy

  • Works cooperatively with private landowners, government and community groups.
  • Preserves species at risk and key natural habitats.
  • Conserves archaeological sites highlighting Huronia's 11,000 years of human history.
  • Safeguards the region's drinking water by protecting areas of groundwater recharge.
  • Creates key corridors and buffers between existing park and conservation lands.
  • Supports scientific and archaeological research.
  • Stresses the importance of education in heritage conservation.
  • Contributes to the aesthetic preservation of the Huronia landscape.
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