The Algoma Highlands Conservancy (AHC) recognizes the many supporters and partners that have contributed to our many achievements to date! We currently own 1215 ha. (3000 acres), inclusive of King Mountain and the Robertson Lake Cliffs, providing us a platform from which to further our core values of conservation, silent-sport recreation, environmental education, and sustainable forest management in the broader Algoma Highlands region. Throughout our endeavours to date, Stokely Creek Lodge and the extended Byker-Phair family owners have been key partners and supporters.
Additionally, the AHC is deeply indebted to a number of individuals and organizations for their generous financial contributions over the years. On behalf of current and future generations that will benefit from this partnership, generosity, and collective effort, the AHC offers a sincere and appreciative THANK YOU!
Algoma Highland Conservancy Partners
Ontario Land Trust Assistance Program (Financial support for the Ontario Land Trust Assistance Program was provided by The Government of Canada Habitat Stewardship Program for Species at Risk)
Canada Summer Jobs Program
Major Individual Donors
2015 Donors: 2341429 Ont Inc.; Ken Baldwin; Dr. Kim Bell; Harvey and Sherry Benford; Bioforest Technologies; Echo Foundation; EJM Financial; Joseph Drouillard; Phyllis Filipetti; John Harvey; Wendy P. Hoernig; Dieter and Carol Hohnke; J.D. Irving Ltd.; David E. Massignan; Laurie and Paul McBay; Don McGorman; Michael O’Toole; John Reaume; Robert Routledge; Dean and Nicolle Thompson; Lisa Venier; Betty and Bruce Webster; Jillian Wilson
Silent Sport Recreation Clubs
TRAFx Vehicle Counters
The AHC uses TRAFx vehicle counters to quantify seasonal road and trail usage along power line rights-of-way and forest access roads to assist in the development of a tool that could be used to assess and reduce road-related mortalities of the endangered wood turtle in areas adjacent to inhabited rivers.