TTLT July 2016 E-Blast

Thames Talbot Land Trust
Jessica -- 
July 2016 Updates 

Hawk Cliff Woods Campaign Update

The TTLT Campaign, Hawk Cliff Woods, Soaring Higher, is nearing completion. 
We are currently at 95%! Hawk Cliff Woods is a beautiful 230 acre property fronting on Lake Erie near Port Stanley. 
Steep cliffs provide sweeping views of the lake.  The woodland area is one of the most significant deep interior forests in Elgin 
County. In the maple-beech forest there are Carolinian specialties, including the Tulip-tree and Pignut Hickory as well as the 
Endangered Butternut and American Chestnut. Rare birds such as Eastern Wood-Pewee, Acadian Flycatcher, Louisiana Waterthrush,
and Wood Thrush thrive in the deep woods. Please help us to reach 100%! Your donation will support the purchase and stewardship
of this incredible property!


Celebrating Vistas of the Thames River

Its not too late to purchase one of our Vistas of the Thames River Posters! Posters are $20.00 and plaque mounted posters are
$50.00. This stylish 19 x 24 inch poster features 25 vistas of the Thames River submitted by local photographers. The poster is 
available for pick up at the TTLT office and any TTLT event.


Our New Staff - Welcome!

The TTLT has recently hired three new summer students—Chris, Meidan and Jessica, thanks to the Canada Summer Jobs Program! 
Chris and Meidan (pictured above) will be working for the TTLT as Property Stewards and Jessica will be working as our Marketing 
and Communications Assistant. We would like to thank the Canada Summer Jobs program for funding our students!

The TTLT has also hired Rebecca Launchbury who will be taking on the role of Stewardship Coordinator. Rebecca has previously
worked for different environmental groups, primarily in outreach roles. In addition, she has worked and volunteered on a range 
of stewardship projects and is excited to be out in the field again. Rebecca is a nature enthusiast and loves the outdoors. 
She grew up in Yorkshire, England and holds a Master’s degree in Forest Conservation from the University of Toronto.

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We hope everyone has a fantastic summer! 
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