Bruce Trail Conservancy

Record Details
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Website Website: brucetrail.org/
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Description & Services
Description The Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC) is a charitable organization committed to preserving a ribbon of wilderness, for everyone, forever. As one of Ontario's largest land trusts, we are responsible for the care and development of the Bruce Trail as a public footpath along the Niagara Escarpment (from Queenston to Tobermory) and for securing a permanent route for the Bruce Trail through land conservation. 9 Bruce Trail Clubs make up the Bruce Trail Conservancy, two of which serve the Peel area:

Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club (Mono Centre to Terra Cotta)
www.caledonbrucetrail.org
Toronto Bruce Trail Club (Kelso Conservation Area near Milton, to Cheltenham/Terra Cotta)
www.torontobrucetrailclub.org
Hours Bruce Trail is open all year round
The Bruce Trail Conservancy head office in Hamilton is open Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Ontario - Niagara to Tobermory
Fees Membership - $50/yr/household (includes one local club membership); $140/3 yrs/household; $1000 / Life membership
Languages English
Contact Information
Address & Map
55 Head Street, 101
Dundas, ON
Canada L9H 3H8
 
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Intersection Mill St and Head St
Accessibility Unknown
Mailing Address PO Box 857 
Hamilton, ON L8N 3N9
Office Phone 905-529-6821
Fax 905-628-8081
Toll Free Phone 1-800-665-4453
E-Mail info@brucetrail.org
Website www.brucetrail.org
Primary Contact Allison Wright, Executive Assistant, Bruce Trail Conservancy; Phone: ext 227; Email: awright@brucetrail.org
Primary Executive Warren Bell, President
Volunteer Coordinator Jackie Randle, Director of Organizational Resources; Phone: ext 250; Email: jrandle@brucetrail.org
Other Details
Print Material Bruce Trail Reference Guide
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Subjects
Subjects Environmental protection ; Hiking ; Volunteer opportunities

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