Film Screening: Burned are Trees the new Coal?

The Trust is proud to sponsor and invite you to attend a special evening of learning and discussion about our forests on Wednesday, November 28 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Luke’s United Church in Upper Tantallon.  The evening will begin with the screening of a documentary film  Burned: Are Trees the New Coal and a discussion…

CoCO Meeting set for Tuesday, Nov. 13

The community is invited to join the first Fall meeting of the Council of Community Organizations (CoCO) on Tuesday evening November 13 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at the St. Margaret’s Bay Community Entreprise Centre, Board Room .  Join Chair Mike Marriott, President, Safety-Minded ATV Association and other community groups from the area as they…

Grant Money Helps Create Connector Trail

This project, a new multi-use 300 meter connector trail,  will provide safe access to wilderness areas of our communities for years to come.  It is also making them more accessible for everyone, while preserving their natural beauty. Hikers, bikers and outdoor enthusiasts can now easily enter Jerry Lawrence Provincial Park off the St. Margaret’s Bay…

Grant Recipients for 2018 Announced

Four community organizations are expanding their programs and trail access and improvement projects are underway thanks to money received from the Trust’s Environmental Stewardship Grants Program.  In total, $40,000 was recently awarded for projects to be completed in 2018. These projects have local impacts to the community in the St. Margaret’s Bay area and all…