Current Projects

Conservation Halton Foundation is a partner organization to Conservation Halton and we raise charitable donations and sponsorships for environmental projects and programs in the Halton watershed, benefitting the residents of Mississauga, Oakville, Milton, Burlington, Puslinch and Halton Hills and surrounding areas.

Our priority programs are as follows:

 Scenic View from Rattlesnake Point

Robert Edmondson CA

Volunteers doing restoration work at Courtcliffe

Expanding conservation areas and enhancing natural spaces:

We are raising funds to purchase natural lands to create new conservation areas and enhance existing protected areas. 

Conservation Halton is the largest owner of natural protected lands in the Halton Area, with conservation areas like Crawford Lake, Mountsberg, Kelso and others, that provide nature-based recreation and renewal for hundreds of thousands of outdoor lovers every year. 

We are raising funds to purchase and conserve natural lands in Halton to create new protected areas and to enhance existing areas, like Glenorchy Conservation Area in Oakville, by building trails.

We also work to improve natural areas by planting trees and shrubs to provide habitat and stabilize creekbanks, and give volunteers the opportunity to lend nature a hand.

 Halton Children’s Water Festival

Halton Forest Festival

Outdoor education:

Conservation Halton Foundation raises funds for the annual Halton Children’s Water Festival, which provides curriculum-linked hands-on education about water conservation & science and technology for 4,000 students from grades 2 – 5.

Conservation Halton Foundation raises funds for the annual Halton Forest Festival, which provides hands-on curriculum-linked education about the importance of forests in our community for 1,200 grade 6 and 7 students from Halton Region.

 Mountsberg Raptor Centre

Mountsberg Shrike Project

Wildlife Conservation:

Conservation Halton Foundation raises funds to support the care of more than 30 injured and imprinted birds of prey at the Mountsberg Raptor Centre, where our raptors teach students and school groups about the importance of wildlife and nature.

Conservation Halton Foundation raises funds to support the Mountsberg Shrike Recovery program that is working to help bring the Eastern Loggerhead Shrike back from the edge of extinction.