Thousand Islands Watershed Land Trust

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Contact Information
Office Phone 613-659-4590
E-Mail info@tiwlt.ca
Website www.tiwlt.ca
Primary Executive Marnie Ross, President; Phone: 613-659-4590; Email: dmross@1000island.net
Alternate Executive Ed Lowans, Vice President
Address & Map
Frontenac Arch Biosphere
19 Reynolds Rd
Lansdowne, ON K0E 1L0
 
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Description & Services
Description (Service) Land trust working to protect the rich biodiversity of area, part of the Frontenac Arch Biosphere, and including 1,800 islands 
 
* evaluation, purchase, management and protection of threatened lands 
* public environmental education 
* private lands stewardship programs 
* advocacy 
* fundraising 
* volunteer opportunities
Hours Irregular, call for details
Areas Served Leeds and Grenville United Counties
Eligibility No restrictions
Application To become a member: use the form online 
 
Landowners wanting to be involved in a particular area: call or send an email to info@tiwlt.ca 
 
To volunteer: send an email to info@tiwlt.ca 
 
To make a donation: use the form online
Languages English
Fees Membership - $45 * corporate: $100 (2018)
Other Details
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/Thousand-Islands-Watershed-Land-Trust-1132990506716274/
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1993
Funding Fundraising ; Donations
Elections The Board of directors is elected.
Date Updated 04 Sep 2018
Subjects
Service Categories Land Conservation ; Watershed Conservation

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