Welcome to Lone Pine Land Trust

A view of the beaver dam, Jun 9, 2016. (credit: Dalila Seckar)

A view of the beaver dam, Jun 9, 2016. (credit: Dalila Seckar)

Lone Pine Land Trust

LONE PINE LAND TRUST is a land trust in Northumberland County, Ontario. As a member of the Ontario Land Trust Alliance, we focus on the Cold Creek Watershed. Cold Creek is one of the finest creeks remaining in eastern North America and our goal is to preserve as much as possible of the natural heritage of Cold Creek and its surrounding lands and forests. At present, we hold four tracts, all concentrated around the headwaters of Cold Creek and Marsh Creek.
The Lone Pine Land Trust is a local success story, with a volunteer board of directors, members, land donors, and community volunteers and supporters, who have come together to do something of enduring value toward the preservation of land, water and diverse life in our area.

Learn about our recent name change, from Lone Pine Marsh Sanctuary to Lone Pine Land Trust.

Upcoming Events in 2017

For additional information, please see this page for details.

Thursday, March 9, 2017 – 7pm
Hastings Stewardship Council – The Birds!
with Terry Sprague, Jody Allair, and Peter Fuller – cost is $5
Gerry Masterson Community Hall, 516 Harmony Rd., Thurlow in Belleville | details

Thursday, March 23, 2017 – 7pm
James Conolly, Professor of Anthropology of Trent University, on human settlement in Northumberland County
Rotary Room of Cobourg Public Libary, 200 Ontario St., Cobourg
Speaker Series Collaboration with Northumberland Land Trust

Saturday, April 22, 2017 – 7:30pm
Lone Pine Marsh (Braham Tract)
Woodcocks, Peepers, and Owls

Saturday, June 10, 2017, 9am
Wilkinson Tract
Bird Walk

Saturday, June 10, 2017, 10:30am
Wilkinson Tract
Plant Walk

Saturday, June 10, 2017, 12pm
Wilkinson Tract
Annual General Meeting

Saturday, September 16, 7pm
Braham Tract (Lone Pine Marsh)
Bats and Night Things

Saturday, October 14, 9am
Munn Tract
Fall Colours Walk

Ontario Trillium Foundation LogoThe Lone Pine Land Trust gratefully acknowledges the support of The Ontario Trillium Foundation.

OLTA This website was developed with support from the Ontario Land Trust Alliance. We thank them for their support!