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HPELT's long-term goal is to manage the land in a sustainable way.”

Our Projects to Date

Photo courtesy Philip Vanlunteren

Since forming in 1998, the Trust has worked with property owners throughout Hastings and Prince Edward Counties including Bancroft, Coe Hill, Tweed, Corbyville, Tyendinaga, Aldophus Reach, and Point Petre to secure the future of several special places.

The Trust works with local residents to monitor, manage, and protect each property's natural features. In addition to acquiring and protecting special places, HPELT is actively involved in scientific research and public education programs related to its long-term goal of sustainable land management.

Protecting Special Places

Photo courtesy Sharon Rattle

HPELT has worked with a number of partners on special projects while providing advice and guidance to landowners interesting in protecting significant features of their property. This has included:

HPELT gratefully acknowledges the Ontario Trillium Foundation for their financial assistance over the years. The trust would also like to thank the ELJB Foundation and our conservation partners including Nature Conservancy of Canada, Canadian Wildlife Service, Ontario Nature (Federation of Ontario Naturalists), Ducks Unlimited, Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory, Friends of the Frink Conservation Centre, Quinte Conservation, the Prince Edward and Hastings Counties Stewardship Councils, and Friends of the Black River Watershed for making our work possible.

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Hastings Prince Edward Land Trust
Box 20042, Belleville, Ontario, Canada K8N 5V1
Fax: 613-962-3247
E-mail: info@hpelt.org