Bruce Trail Conservancy

Site: Mailing Address

Service: Burlington, Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club

Contact Information
Toll Free Phone Bruce Trail Conservancy Head Office 1-800-665-4453
E-Mail info@iroquoia.on.ca
Website www.iroquoia.on.ca
Social Media Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/IroquoiaBruceTr
Volunteer Coordinator Gloria Pennycook, Membership & Volunteer Management Director
Site Information
Located In Community Burlington
Mailing Address c/o Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club 
PO Box 71057 
Burlington, ON L7T 4J8
Physical Access Not Accessible
Agency Information
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1967
Primary Executive Doug Stansbury, President
Funding Fundraising ; Donations - (Registered charity), charitable number available through the Bruce Trail Conservancy ; Fees - Membership
Elections April
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) One of nine clubs that form the Bruce Trail Conservancy, a registered charity that governs and coordinates maintenance and public relations for the Bruce Trail, a hiking trail that runs from Queenston to Tobermory, and works to preserve and protect the Niagara Escarpment (a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve). 
 
The Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club is responsible for the maintenance and planning of the Iroquoia section of the Bruce Trail, which runs from Grimsby through Hamilton and Dundas to Kelso, passing through the Forks of the Credit, Websters Falls, Tews Falls, Spencer Gorge, Rattlesnake Point, Royal Botanical Gardens, and Dundas Valley. 
 
The Club also offers an assortment of hikes and activities, organized by volunteer members.  
* hikers are asked to keep pets on a leash, and practice responsible "no trace" trail use
Hours No formal office hours * for information on scheduled hikes see website
Areas Served Grimsby ; Halton Region ; Hamilton (City of) ; Mississauga (City of) - South area
Eligibility Minimum age for volunteers is 20
Application Membership available online or by phoning toll free number
Languages English
Fees Membership - volunteers are encouraged, but not required, to be Conservancy and Iroquoia club members
Categories and Classification
Service Categories Hiking ; Land Conservation
Other Details
Resources Members receive quarterly BTC News magazine * club newsletter 'The Iroquoian' lists organized hikes, has articles of interest to members, and volunteer opportunities

Agency Overview


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