Advance a collaborative conservation strategy for healthy ecosystems in Ontario’s Carolinian Life Zone.
Welcome to Lambton Shores - Glorious sunshine on beautiful freshwater beaches, tranquil strolls along densely wooded trails, sunsets so spectacular they are among the best on the planet.
We invite you to share your special moments, help strengthen our voice and tell the world why Lambton County makes Discoveries That Matter.
Protect, improve, conserve, and restore the watershed in partnership with the community.
Provide leadership through coordination of watershed planning, implementation of resource management programs and promotion of conservation awareness, in cooperation with others.
Leads and inspires others to join us in creating a legacy for future generations by conserving important natural areas and biological diversity across all regions of Canada.
Andy Laub is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and sole-force behind As It Happens Creative.
To encourage walking, hiking and trail development in Ontario. Hike Ontario is the province’s most valuable support resource for hiking and walking groups and pedestrian trail users.
Oakridge Family Campground offers year round living, seasonal and overnight camping, as well as cabin rentals. We offer many special events and activities to keep the entire family entertained.
To provide year-round opportunities for our members to enjoy a variety of organized outdoor activities.
Red Dog Art Studio - Jeffrey George, an Ojibway artist from Kettle & Stony Point First Nation.
Ontario Nature is a conservation organization that protects wild species and spaces through conservation, education and public engagement. Their vision is simple: An Ontario where nature inspires and sustains us for generations to come.
A magazine for 55+ like no other and a supporter of the trails in Lambton Shores and vicinity!
The Lambton Shores Phragmites Community Group is committed to working together with other organizations and private landowners to restore wetland habitat and beaches and control invasive Phragmites.
Ross Atkinson, a member of the LSNT Executive Committee, has donated a number of the Walking Sticks & Canes shown here. Each is hand-crafted by Ross from driftwood found along the Shores of Lake Huron and fitted with a brass LSNT Medallion.
Walking Stick/Cane is $20. All proceeds go towards nature projects carried out by LSNT volunteers.
If you are interested, please call or email Ross:
519-786-4956 or email@example.com