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Information about volunteering and helping the 2 non-profit and charitable organizations located in Lansdowne, Ontario.

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Kleinburg Leo Club

Canadian Thousand Islands Heritage Conservancy
19 Reynolds Rd, Lansdowne, Ontario

TIWLT evolved in 2007 from an earlier organization called The Canadian Thousand Islands Heritage Conservancy (CTIHC). CTIHC was formed in 1993 by a group of local citizens concerned with preservation of land and cultural heritage values in the Canadian St. Lawrence River valley, generally between Brockville and Gananoque Ontario. As CTIHC itself evolved over the years its activities expanded geographically and it focused increasingly on the preservation of greenspace lands, including small islands in the St. Lawrence.

Keywords: Environment

Volunteer Profile of Canadian Thousand Islands Heritage Conservancy


The Friends of Charleston Lake Park

The Friends of Charleston Lake Park
Les Amis Du Parc Charleston Lake
148 Woodvale Rd., R.R. 4, Lansdowne, Ontario

A small group, with an all-volunteer Board of Directors

Keywords: Environment

Volunteer Profile of The Friends of Charleston Lake Park






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(13 km): Gananoque

(34 km): Brockville

(35 km): Portland

(39 km): Glenburnie

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(58 km): Perth

(67 km): Oxford Station

(75 km): Kemptville


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The Friends of Charleston Lake Park The Friends of Charleston Lake Park

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The Friends of Charleston Lake Park Canadian Thousand Islands Heritage Conservancy

TIWLT evolved in 2007 from an earlier organization called The Canadian Thousand Islands Heritage Conservancy (CTIHC). CTIHC was formed in 1993 by a group of local citizens concerned with preservation of land and cultural heritage values in the Canadian St. Lawrence River valley, generally between Brockville and Gananoque Ontario. As CTIHC itself evolved over the years its activities expanded geographically and it focused increasingly on the preservation of greenspace lands, including small islands in the St. Lawrence.



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