Glanbrook Conservation Committee

The Glanbrook Conservation Committee was established in 1990. Our first project involved the raising of pheasants for release in the Glanbrook area.

Since that time, the GCC has maintained a relatively low profile in the community. The majority of the committee activities take place in the Binbrook Conservation Area in partnership with the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority.

From hiking trails to a large aquatics planting program, to an extensive tree planting program (over 10,000 trees and counting), we have strived to improve the natural habitat for both wildlife and visitors alike in and around the shores of Lake Niapenco at the Binbrook Conservation Area.

This has been accomplished by the implementation of a variety of projects, some of which are listed below

Variety of Projects To-Date

If you have any interest in helping out, from small projects to big projects, let us know.

Interested in Helping Glanbrook Conservation Area?