This 26-acre property, northeast of St. Williams, is Long Point Basin Land Trust’s newest nature reserve. It is designated Provincially Significant Wetland and has many of the rich complement of species found in the southern Great Lakes. It has a diverse range of tree species including Sassafras, Black Gum, Tulip Tree, and Swamp White Oak. This property is embedded in forest that has been identified as an important ecological link between the St. Williams and Turkey Point blocks of the St. Williams Conservation Reserve.

This newest property has been named in honour of Al (Pic) and Pat Robinson for the significant contributions they have made to conservation in Norfolk County over the years. The Lynn Valley Trail, Norfolk Field Naturalists, Nature Conservancy of Canada, and LPBLT have all been recipients of their generosity as well as their hands-on help. Al Robinson is a founding member of the Land Trust, serving on the LPBLT Board since 1996, including many years as Treasurer and Vice President.

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