Huronia Land Conservancy has many opportunities for interested persons to get involved. By becoming a member you provide direct financial assistance to the HLC and can take part in the decision making process that shapes the future of your local land trust. You can also get more involved through participation in one of a number of committees that seek to develop the programs, procedures and policies that will ensure that we prosper and grow.
We will also be looking for volunteer support to organize and run various future special events and fundraisers. Keep an eye on the website for updates.
Like any non-government volunteer public service organization, we rely upon the generosity of the concerned public to assist us with donations.
Become a Member
Members will receive the regular email newsletter, notifications about HLC events, hikes, work parties and meetings. While HLT is supported mainly by volunteer effort, your membership fee will provide funds for some unavoidable administrative costs and the projects that we undertake.
To become a member, send the following:
Potential Corporate Member/Sponsors should contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and a member of our executive will call to discuss your interest and the opportunities to support our mission.
HLC is all about land and preserving the natural and cultural landscape of Huronia. If protecting your land in perpetuity is of interest, as a non-governmental charity, HLC may help you achieve your goals. We would be happy to discuss the various programs and incentives that are available. Please contact us at our mailing address or by email at email@example.com.
HLC is a registered charity and consequently can provide donation tax receipts. Donations are essential to such unavoidable costs of land conservation such as surveys, appraisals, signage and other aspects of land stewardship. If you are considering a donation, please contact us regarding our projects and opportunities for support.
Donate Time - Volunteer!
Urgently needed - a board secretary and treasurer.
Volunteers are the life blood of and local land trusts such as HLC. All across North America, tens of thousands have found the work of land trusts to be enjoyable, healthy and satisfying. There are great opportunities to learn and work with persons with wide expertise including ecology, archeology, local history, agriculture as well as the chance to visit and care for special private places within the community. For more information contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can contact us through the various means below: