Conservation Halton Campaign
Our communities are growing, and so is our need for nature.
Conservation Halton’s greenprint safeguards 10,000 acres of forests, trails, wetlands, meadows, creeks, and other natural spaces in one of Ontario’s most beautiful and ecologically diverse watersheds. Our conservation areas are vital to our growing communities, connecting thousands of people with nature every day while promoting a healthy watershed.
The Connected Campaign will protect and enhance our essential greenprint to serve our communities today and in the future.
Explore Our Campaign Priorities
Conservation Halton operates eight conservation areas for the public to enjoy. From Mount Nemo’s iconic cliffs, crags, and caves to Kelso’s winding escarpment trails, our greenprint maintains essential spaces for recreation and learning. Get to know the parks and greenspaces that do so much for us—and help us shape their future.
Ecological restoration is vital to safeguarding our greenprint. These projects protect natural heritage and ecosystem functions, create habitat for wildlife, promote community health and wellbeing, and influence our region’s ability to fight climate change. Explore restoration initiatives that are helping ecosystems flourish, and learn how you can be a part of this work.
Conservation Halton’s education and recreation programs engage communities and learners of all ages. By exploring nature, science, technology, history and heritage, our programs build local connections and awaken new environmental stewards every day. Learn about initiatives that engage, empower and inspire, and discover how your support makes a difference.
Dr. Francine McCarthy, Patron of the McCarthy Fund for Crawford Lake
Sue Mueller, Park Visitor
Victoria Loor, Milton Resident
Nicole Burke, Niagara College Student
Jyoti Minhas, Mississauga Resident
Julie Rossall, Park Visitor
How You Can Help
Help grow our greenprint by hosting a fundraiser, volunteering your time, sponsoring a program or event, making a donation, or sharing campaign news and stories with friends, family, and colleagues. Get involved today to show your support for a green and resilient watershed.