What We Do

Thames Talbot Land Trust is dedicated to protecting environmentally significant lands through acquisition, conservation easements, landscape restoration and education. 

We currently own and manage 17 properties and one conservation easement, protecting a total of more than 1700 acres of land and 30 species-at-risk. Our area of focus includes Middlesex, Elgin, Perth and Oxford Counties.

Learn more about our goals.


Leaving a legacy of healthy landscapes

The Thames Talbot Land Trust (TTLT) is a not for profit corporation. TTLT is a registered charity, dedicated to the protection of lands and waters significant natural, scenic, cultural or agricultural value.


Amazon Affiliate Program

Thames Talbot Land Trust is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. 

This affiliate advertising program is designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.

TTLT is eligible to earn 6-8% on all purchases made through our personalized link. Click here to start shopping and support your land trust at the same time!


Health officials warn to guard against ticks as weather warms

Please be safe when visiting our properties! TTLT encourages the public to protect themselves from tick bites and reduce the risk of Lyme disease.

The Ontario government is advising people living in or visiting wooded areas with tall grass, rushes or moist environments to take the following precautions: 

  • Staying on marked trails.
  • Wearing long sleeves, pants, socks and closed shoes.
  • Tucking pants into socks and wearing light-coloured clothing to make ticks more visible.
  • Using insect repellent with DEET or Icaridin on clothes and exposed skin.
  • Checking the body thoroughly for ticks after being outdoors, as promptly removing ticks can help prevent infection.

The government is asking the public to consult a health care professional if a person experiences any of these symptoms after a tick bite: skin rash, headache, fever, muscle and joint pain, spasms, weakness, numbness or tingling and generally feeling unwell.