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Purchase TTLT Merchandise

Support the work of the Thames Talbot Land Trust with this stylish merchandise.  All proceeds will support the protection of lands and waters with significant natural, recreational, scenic, historical or agricultural value.

Cards and Note Paper 

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

Native Plants of Ontario Note Cards, six to a pack - $6.00 

Flowers of the Boreal Forest Note Cards, six to a pack - $6.00

Floral Note Paper - $5.00

To purchase TTLT merchandise contact Colin Johnson at colin.johnson@ttlt.ca. Orders may be picked up at the TTLT office 944 Western Counties Road (in the Westminister Ponds area behind Parkwood Hospital)
London, Ontario. 

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Photograph by Katie Michiels

 

 

TTLT Environmental T-Shirt

Great shirt for the tree lover

Currently we are out of stock of size medium shirts for youth and adults

Sizes range from youth XS - XL and adult S - 2XL while supplies last.

To purchase TTLT merchandise contact Colin Johnson at colin.johnson@ttlt.ca. Orders may be picked up at the TTLT office 944 Western Counties Road (in the Westminister Ponds area behind Parkwood Hospital)
London, Ontario. 

TTLT Birds 

Our plush birds provided by Audubon will bring a smile to your face with how soft they are to cuddle and their authentic bird calls when you squeeze them. We offer a collection of Ontario native birds for only $25 each. Collect them all to create your own flock! 

Our current stock includes: Red Tailed Hawk, Bald Eagle, Peregrine Falcon, Cardinals, Pileated Woodpecker and Great Horned Owl

To purchase TTLT merchandise contact Colin Johnson at colin.johnson@ttlt.ca. Orders may be picked up at the TTLT office 944 Western Counties Road (in the Westminister Ponds area behind Parkwood Hospital)
London, Ontario.