We would like to share our gratitude for the wonderful members of our Gore community who are raising funds to help Conservation Lakefield. This month, distance runner Anthony Battah as inspired by the beauty of the wooded trails created by Les Sentiers de Gore. Anthony set up a fundraiser on Facebook and raised over $2,700 to help protect our natural environments! We are also honoured that local artist Anne-Marie Boisvert will offer proceeds from selected works in support of Conservation Lakefield. An incredibly talented painter, teacher and nature lover, Anne-Marie shares our passion for preserving and protecting valuable natural lands in Gore. Visit her virtual art gallery on Instagram, annemarieboisvert2.0.
In the foothills of the Laurentians, the township of Gore is home to unique geography and landscape. In particular, Gore’s old growth forests of maple, beech and birch are of exceptional ecological value. Home to a multitude of birds and wildlife, the natural beauty of Gore’s old forests enhances our local quality of life. Conservation Lakefield wants to conserve these valuable and pristine forests, protecting them from development and preserving them for future generations to enjoy. Help conserve the old growth forests in Gore. Become a member of Conservation Lakefield today!
We are happy and proud to announce that Conservation Lakefield has just been officially recognized by Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Ecological Gifts Program. Our organization is now eligible to receive donations of land through this federal program, which provides additional federal and provincial tax incentives to donors of land for conservation in perpetuity. We are honored to participate in this program which has been involved in conserving more than 195,000 hectares of ecologically sensitive land in Canada. Follow us on social media to read more about our dedicated volunteers and our fantastic supporters. Help us conserve natural lands in Gore – Become a member today!
Wetlands are an oasis of natural beauty, and are critical in supporting biological diversity. This important natural resource is being rapidly destroyed across Quebec and around the globe. But in Gore, we are lucky to have an exceptional wetland right here! The wetland of the Rivière de l’Est is impressive in its size and scope, providing exceptional habitat for birds and wildlife, and also acting as a protective natural sponge to absorb flood waters and runoff. You can help Conservation Lakefield preserve and protect the wetlands in Gore. Become a member today!