PROTECT RESTORE NURTURE
Thames Talbot Land Trust acknowledges that the land on which it operates lies within the traditional territories of the Haudenosaunee, Anishinaabeg, Lenaapeewak, Attawandaron, and Wendat peoples. In addition, the First Nations communities in the area we work in are Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, Oneida Nation of the Thames, Munsee Delaware Nation, Delaware Nation at Moraviantown, and Kettle & Stony Point First Nation. We value the significant historical and contemporary contributions of local and regional First Nations and all of the original peoples of Turtle Island.
Network of permanently protected areas that are rich in biodiversity, sustain life and nourish a sense of wonder and inspiration for all people.
To protect, conserve, and restore nature within Elgin, Middlesex, Oxford and Perth counties, contributing to a stable climate, human wellbeing, and healthy habitats for all species.
Integrity | Diversity, Equity & Inclusion | Passion & Commitment | Intention |Accountability & Transparency
"A land trust is really a promise made to future generations."
- Mary E. Kerr, A Founding Director of TTLT
With our most ambitious campaign to date, we aim to protect seven additional nature reserves. Help us protect biodiversity, fight climate change, and inspire the love of nature for future generations.
We provide a variety of events, webinars, and workshops to the community, including our Passport to Nature program. Stay up to date by following us on social media or checking our Upcoming Events page.
We are always looking for volunteers to help us! Whether you’re interested in stewardship work, serving on a committee, photography, writing, or outreach, we’ve got an opportunity for you.
Get to know how our nature reserves came to be and their significant environmental features. Interested in visiting? Learn which nature reserves are open to the public here.
Our programs our aimed at educating the community and getting people into nature! We currently offer three programs: the Schools Program, Biodiversity Boss, and Nature for Nurture.
Photo Credits: Ric Symmes (Black Swallowtail), Rebecca Launchbury (Wild Bergamot), John St. Pierre (Fungi), Brenda Gallagher (Rose-breasted Grosbeak), Bill Grant (Wood Frog), P. Allen Woodliffe (Scarlet tanager), David Wake (Sitler Woods landscape)
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