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Developing Our Future Water Ambassadors

The Haldimand Children's Water Festival Needs Your Support!

New Centennial Partnership for Guelph Lake

$600,000 committed by the Rotary Club of Guelph for their 100th anniversary

Learn more!

TMMC helps make outdoors more accessible

Donation focuses on winter activities and experiences

Community Conservation Grants

Funding Available!

Up to $1,000 is available for community groups and elementary schools to undertake projects, through the Community Conservation Grants program.

 

Apply today!

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Featured Project

Dickson Wilderness Area near Ayr is enjoyed by thousands of people each year, with no admission fee. GRCA is making the trail more accessible for people to enjoy while connecting it with nearby special natural places.

Help finish the trail!

Susan Frasson and family standing behind a sign while planting trees in Guelph

Volunteer Profile

Susan, Alex, Emily, Paisley, Copeland and Brooklyn Frasson are the Honourary Chair Family of our Guelph Lake Nature Centre campaign. Like many of our visitors, they are passionate about what Guelph Lake will become. 

Learn more about Guelph Lake

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The Grand River Conservation Foundation (GRCF) has a tradition of financially supporting students at all levels. It offers three scholarships to help post-secondary students in the Grand River watershed prepare for a career in an environmental field. Information, applications and deadlines are available on this page.

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Leaders

The members of the Foundation Board are community leaders from throughout our watershed.

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Donors

More and more donors are recognizing that a donation to the Grand River Conservation Foundation is an investment in our community's quality of life and a greener world for future generations.

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Accomplishments

Since being founded in 1965, the GRCF has contributed more than $6 million dollars in donations to worthwhile projects in all areas of the Grand River watershed

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