Northumberland Land Trust

Ontario, Canada

Preserving Northumberland County - One Acre at a Time

The Northumberland Land Trust is committed to preserving the natural, historical and cultural heritage of Northumberland County.

Our mandate is to establish, maintain and manage protected areas.

As a charity, the Land Trust can
  • accept donations of land
  • fundraise to secure and manage selected properties
  • enter into conservation agreements for the permanent protection of natural landscapes, forests, farms and waterways
  • provide public education and information on land conservation tools.

The Land Trust is governed by a volunteer board of directors representing a cross section of the community including landowners, farmers, business people and professionals.

Download May 2015 Newsletter
2014 Wallace Birdathon Report

White Pine on the Oak Ridges Moraine

May is Wallace Birdathon Month

You can help preserve the natural, historical and cultural heritage of Northumberland County by participating in the Wallace Birdathon.

To find out more on how you can help
click here.

A tax receipt will be issued for any donations of $20 or more.

How You Can Help
Memberships are available and we welcome your continuing support.

Download Membership
Application Form here

Volunteers are always welcome!


For more on what we are doing:

  • Properties that we are looking after and how we acquire them;
  • News items that are about us;
  • Events
  • Support our work with donations or a membership;
  • About our organization and how to contact us; Updated including a listing of Committees;
  • Links to related organizations.

Board Meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. on the third Monday of each month, and are open to the public. If you would like to attend, please leave a message at 905-342-3851, and we will confirm the date, time and location with you.

This page last updated: Jan 13, 2019