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What is the Trust?
The Trust is a registered, charitable, volunteer organization working to conserve the public lands in the area bounded by Highways 103 and 333 on the Chebucto Peninsula in its natural state for public use.
(a) to protect, preserve, conserve, and restore the natural habitat, watersheds, and wildlife on public lands in the area bounded by Highways 103 and 333 on the Chebucto Peninsula by planning, co-coordinating, and participating in scientific, recreational, and governmental projects;
(b) to educate and increase the public’s understanding of the environment and its importance by developing and offering interpretation sessions, conferences, meetings, and publications to inform the general public about public lands on the Chebucto Peninsula.
The Members shall be the governing body of the Five Bridges Wilderness Heritage Trust. To enable the Trust to operate effectively, the Members delegate to the Trustees authority to manage the affairs of the Trust consistent with the established principles and policies of the Trust. The Members reaffirm this delegated authority each year at the Annual General Meeting through their election or re-election of Trustees.
The current website is administered by Joanne Ellis, Trust Communications.