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Ecosystem Restoration Updates – February 2023

This month we are proud to share some of our latest ecosystem restoration highlights!
Oak Savanna Restoration at Trout Creek Nature Reserve
The restoration work at Trout Creek Nature Reserve has continued full steam ahead, and we’re excited to share the progress on its transformation from a monoculture plantation to

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2022 in Review

Here are just a few snapshots from another successful year at LPBLT.
In early 2022, we celebrated our 13th nature reserve with the Acquisition of the Stackhouse Forest Sanctuary. Thank you to all of our supporters for helping to protect this pristine piece of Carolinian Forest!
Plus, we continued to

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Levick to lead local Land Trust – January 2023

Norfolk County, ON (January 12, 2023)

Rick Levick of Long Point is the new Executive Director of the Long Point Basin Land
Trust following the resignation of Kristyn Richardson, who will be joining the Nature
Conservancy of Canada as the Program Director for Southwestern Ontario.
Rick is well known

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Forest invasive species management planned for November 2022

Norfolk County, ON (November 17, 2022)

This fall, Long Point Basin Land Trust (LPBLT) and local contractors will be working to thin conifer plantations at the Trout Creek Nature Reserve property to encourage the regeneration of natural oak woodland habitat. Trees being removed include invasive Scots Pine as

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MEDIA RELEASE – Long Point Basin Land Trust celebrates outstanding support

MEDIA RELEASE   –   October 3, 2022
Long Point Basin Land Trust celebrates outstanding support from the community in 2021-2022
Delhi, ON – On Saturday, September 24, 2022, Long Point Basin Land Trust (LPBLT) welcomed supporters, donors, sponsors and volunteers to the First Annual Appreciation BBQ event. Staff and Board

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Delhi Students Protect Local Wetland

(Port Rowan, ON) – On Monday October 16th, grade 9 students from Delhi District Secondary School visited Long Point Basin Land Trust’s Delhi Wetland Nature Reserve for an outdoor class trip to see interactions in nature first-hand. Nearing the end of their time at the property, Ms. Sawyer’s class held

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