The Oak Ridges Moraine is one of Ontario’s most important ecological features. As your Land Trust, we will help you protect it – forever

Together with caretakers and caring donors, we have protected 65 properties on the Oak Ridges Moraine, totalling 5,0439 acres of precious habitat. With your support, we can protect even more.

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Take Action

You’re invited to join our BioBlitz activities to explore our protected forests, rivers and fields to discover species of trees, flowers, birds and more! At our events, you can also learn about climate change and what you can do about it, while learning about what you can do in your own backyard to help our Moraine. Come out and help us restore habitats for species at risk, or volunteer as a Property Steward. There are lots of ways you can take action. 

Give

Every single gift we recieve helps us protect and steward more natural areas on and near our beautiful Moraine, forever. Thank you for your kind and caring support!

Explore

You can explore our Moraine to see some of the beautiful properties we have protected. You can also learn more about wild and at-risk species here on the Moraine, and about the habitats where they thrive. Start your virtual tour of our beautiful Moraine, and we hope it inspires you to get outside on our Moraine soon!

Your Stories

Meet your neighbours who have worked with us to protect their cherished land, forever. You can also meet our fabulous caretaker, Loraine from the Moraine!

Climate Change

With climate change comes many challenges. The Oak Ridges Moraine Land Trust is building resilience on the Ontario landscape by providing permanent protection of natural lands across the Moraine, allowing species adaptation and migration.

About Us

As your Land Trust, we work with citizens and neighbours to protect and steward ecologically significant properties on and near the Oak Ridges Moraine through donations, purchases and conservation easements. With your support, we educate our communities about the importance of protecting and conserving nature on the Moraine. 

These efforts help us to protect the natural values on and near the Moraine, forever.