Lower Trent Conservation
Did You Know?

On average, Conservation Authorities plant more than 2M trees annually through their various tree planting programs and stewardship initiatives. This work helps to mitigate climate change by moderating the effects of drought and flooding, reducing soil erosion, reducing GHGs, sequestering carbon, providing habitat for wildlife, creating recreational opportunities, and providing an essential economic resource.


Ways to Give

Giving Back to Nature

We are all touched by the beauty of our natural world. Some of our most precious life moments happen in nature – outdoor adventures, summers camping or at the cottage, fun-filled times spent with family and friends, tranquil moments, or perhaps even spiritual experiences.

To ensure these traditions continue, please consider a gift in support of Lower Trent Conservation’s environmental and conservation initiatives. Gifts to our community-based non-profit charitable organization help to ensure that the natural beauty and delicate ecosystems so abundant in our region are protected and preserved for future generations

Why Show Love to the Lower Trent Watershed?

The Lower Trent Watershed is a very special place. Our region is blessed with abundant lands, renowned waterways, remarkable flora, and treasured wildlife. Residents and visitors alike cherish the Lower Trent Watershed for many reasons including the 1,540 hectares of fresh air, clean water, and exceptional outdoor spaces. The core of our region is the majestic Trent River, which winds its way from Rice Lake through the rolling hills of Northumberland into Hastings County, draining into the beautiful Bay of Quinte, and eventually Lake Ontario. Numerous species of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish call the Lower Trent Watershed their home.

As a community-based non-profit registered charity, Lower Trent Conservation invites you to join our quest to protect and preserve the natural beauty of this watershed for now and future generations.

Your efforts and generous donations helped to:

  • Educate local students, enabling them to understand the importance of our local waterways and natural areas through our Connecting KIDS with NATURE initiatives.
  • Facilitate restoration and planting projects all over the watershed region. Educating watershed residents through community events, workshops, presentations, and speaking engagements to promote numerous environmental and conservation initiatives.

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Visit our office

Monday to Friday
(8:30 am to 4:30 pm)

714 Murray Street, Quinte West, north of Highway 401, off Wooler Road (CR 40).

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Payable to Lower Trent Conservation

Lower Trent Conservation
714 Murray Street, RR#1
Trenton, Ontario K8V 0N1