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About the Algoma Highlands Conservancy

Our mission is to conserve the unique beauty and ecological integrity of key areas within the Algoma Highlands region, creating sanctuaries that protect the ecological function and habitat requirements of many native plant and animal species. At the same time,…

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Foster a Forest

Help the AHC protect and conserve the unique beauty and ecological wonders of King Mountain and Robertson Cliffs by participating in our “Foster a Forest” program! All funds donated up to March 2014 were generously matched by The Echo Foundation,…

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Our Four Principles

The Algoma Highlands Conservancy has four fundamental principles: Conservation, Silent Sport Recreation, Sustainable Forestry, and Environmental Education and Research.

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AHC Seeks Volunteer Bookkeeper

Help this local non-profit by volunteering your time and financial expertise!

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A fond farewell to an exceptional Board Member

The AHC reluctantly accepts the resignation of one of its most dedicated and hard-working board members.

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AHC Summer 2016 Newsletter!

Read about this summer’s newsletter!

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Spring Gear Swap Swamp; Film Festival Fundraiser!

Can you believe it’s already here?
Join the AHC and Sault College in our 4th Annual Spring Gear Swap Fundraiser!

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Curling for the Conservancy FUNspiel

Our second annual Curling FUNdraising event was a huge success thanks to participants and organizations that donated to the silent auction!

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Waterwalker Film Festival 2014

The AHC and Sault College Adventure Recreation students present North America’s original paddling film festival – since 1991

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