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Thank you London Community Foundation

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 TTLT would like to thank the London Community Foundation for awarding the TTLT with a grant for a social enterprise feasabilty study! This grant was made available through the Beryl Ivey Endowment for the Environment fund.

Note Cards and Writing Paper

The Thames Talbot Land Trust is selling notecards and writing paper featuring prints from pen and ink drawings by Jane M Bowles (1952 - 2013), one of the founding members of the Thames Tablot Land Trust.  All proceeds from the sale of the note cards and paper will support the stewardship efforts of the Thames Talbot Land Trust. 

Please select one of the three options below for a description of the cards or paper and to view the drawings.

Native Plants of Ontario Notecards - $6.00

Flowers of the Boreal Forest Notecards - $6.00

Floral Writing Paper - $5.00

 The packets of note cards and writing paper are available for purchase at the TTLT office (944 Western Counties Road - Bruce Pavilion).  Please contact us ahead of time and we will prepare you purchase for you and arrange a pick up time.

 

Jane Margaret Bowles

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Dear Friends, Family, Colleagues, or Students of Jane:

“After a short struggle with a very aggressive cancer, Jane went to sleep for the last time on Saturday, July 27 2013. The molecules that once served as the canvas for an outstanding emergent phenomenon called Jane Margaret Bowles will be returned to nature, the same nature for which Jane spent 60 years of unending passion and commitment, and to which she dedicated her life.” said Andre Lachance, Jane’s husband of 33 years.

Jane was the Chair of the Property Management Committee here at the Thames Talbot Land Trust. “She was a very passionate volunteer and we will miss her dedication to excellence and wonderful sense of humour,” explained Jim Rule, President of the Thames Talbot Land Trust (TTLT). “The Trust was the catalyst for Jane to apply her tremendous qualities and volunteer efforts. What a gift she made to us!”

If you wish to make a donation in Jane’s memory, please contribute to her favourite charity, the Thames Talbot Land Trust, by donating to the London Community Foundation (107641953 RR0001).  You can also make a donation through CanadaHelps (https://www.canadahelps.org/DonationDetails.aspx), select Thames Talbot Land Trust Fund and specify that the gift is intended for the stewardship endowment fund in the memory of Jane Bowles.

 

 

TTLT Summer Property Stewards

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This summer the TTLT has taken on two Summer Property Stewards Katie Holman and Natalie Westwood through the Canada Summer jobs 2013 Program.  Both Katie and Natalie are recent graduates of Western University with Honors Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology.  They will primarily be working with property manager Al Driedger at the Five Points Forest.  The clearing of hiking trails and removal of buckthorn (Rhamnus), an invasive plant species will be the major goals of their work at this site.  So far, both of them have enjoyed working in the beautiful forest and have cleared larger areas of bucthorn and completed a new trail.  Katie and natalie are also lookingforward to exploring and working at other TTLT properties and have greatly enjoyed the first few weeks of their work with the TTLT. 

 

TTLT members win Carolinian Canada Coalition Awards

Congratulations to TTLT Property Management Committee Chair Jane Bowles and TTLT Property Management Committee member Donald Craig on receiving the Carolinian Canada Coalition Lifetime Achievement Awards!!

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