Lambton Shores Nature Trails

Linda Attard
Treasurer
llattard@gmail.com

Our Goals

A Network of connected, accessible, safe & user-friendly Nature Trails for Lambton Shores & Vicinity (LS&V) for the walking, hiking, cycling, horse-back riding & outdoor enthusiast….and for those committed to protect & preserve our Natural Heritage.

Ed Hunter
Director-Port Franks

ehunter@htl.net

Preserve & Protect

We are always looking for motivated individuals who want to help make the trails safe & enjoyable.

There is lots to be done, not everything involves labour intensive work.  Inquire today!

The Executive Committee

To work constructively & cooperatively with conservation-minded landowners, residents, local , council, nature & community groups, sponsors & donors, and other stake-holders to make Lambton Shores & Vicinity, with its truly special natural features. Southwestern Ontario's foremost  'Destination for Nature Lovers' - be it hikers, canoeists, beach-bums, cross-country skiers, geo-cachers, fossil hunters, campers, 'green' developers, 'green' business proprietors. leaders of 'green' industries & institutions,  'green' professionals, 'green' families or anyone with a to protect & preserve our unique Natural Environment.

Doug Bonesteel
Director-Grand Bend


Marilyn Keunecke-Smith
Vice-Chair / Marketing
marilyns4trails@gmail.com

  • To first  & foremost protect & preserve our remaining 'Gems of Nature' in LS&V by providing environmentally responsible & free public access to these special places via safe Nature Trails.
  • To encourage residents, cottagers & visitors of all ages to explore & appreciate our ‘Gems of Nature’ in every season.
  • To provide opportunities to learn more about our Carolinian Canada Flora & Fauna, the Importance of Biodiversity, the Nature-First Ethic, Conservation of Environmentally Significant Areas & Rare Eco-Systems.
  • To complement the work of the Stewards of the Land  & the Lambton County Regional Trail Committee (LCRTC)
  • To promote a more Physically Active & Healthy Lifestyle
  • To support Tourism and Business Development
  • To connect the Communities, Landowners, Business Leaders, & Residents of Lambton Shores

Our Mission

Trail Work Days

Klaus Keunecke
Co-Chair
klauskgb@gmail.com

Open
Director


LSNT endeavours to partner with landowners and others to upgrade the Nature Trails in Lambton Shores & Vicinity's special areas, maintain the same, and build community & connector trails consisting of foot paths, hard- surface bike ways and/or canoe routes. To do so, we rely on the members of the 'LSNT Volunteer Pool' to come out and help on formally scheduled 'Trail Work Days' and periodically pitch in on informal tasks.

Our Vision

Board Meetings

Gerda Schrijver

Director-Arkona/Thedford


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Lambton Shores Nature Trails was founded in October 2011 by a group of local nature and hiking enthusiasts. LSNT is a volunteer organization and is dedicated primarily to the development, upgrade & maintenance of trails in areas, not only of natural beauty, but also of great environmental significance. Constructive partnerships with conservation-minded landowners, supporters, donors and community groups has been instrumental in achieving results in the early years and has exceeded everyone's expectations. From the beginning, a key focus of LSNT's efforts was also to make residents, cottagers and visitors aware of the critical need to protect & preserve these local 'Gems of Nature' for generations to come.

Ross Atkinson

Co-Chair / Webmaster

rpatkinson@xcelco.on.ca

Sybil Tinker

Secretary


LSNT is a proud sponsor of Discover The Trails!

Richard Weatherston
Director-Grand Bend


Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of the months of March, April, May, June, September, October. & November 7 to 9 PM at the Lambton County Heritage Museum (Hwy #21 southwest of Grand Bend).  The public is welcome to attend.