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A new year and new conservation successes


Pine River Nature Reserve and Honeywood Ridge are protected thanks to the generosity of Bruce Trail Conservancy donors.

Two new protected natural areas in the rolling landscape of Dufferin county are now part of the Bruce Trail Conservancy's growing conservation corridor.

Together Pine River Nature Reserve and Honeywood Ridge encompass 275 acres, protect iconic and important geologic, ecological and cultural features of the Escarpment, and secure an additional 965 m of the Bruce Trail on protected natural land.

Thank you to the over 2,150 donors who responded to our year-end campaign and contributed to the preservation of Pine River Nature Reserve & Honeywood Ridge.

Bruce Trail Conservancy staff and dedicated volunteers will be hard at work on these properties in the years to come, caring for their unique habitats, addressing environmental damage done by previous land use and initiating crucial ecological restoration projects.

Together we are preserving a ribbon of wilderness, for everyone, forever.

Learn more about these newest protected areas >


Photo: Fox at Pine River Nature Reserve. Image from monitoring camera.