Our community has raised $100,000 so far, out of the $150,000 we will need to fight this at the OLT (formerly LPAT).
100% of all funds raised go toward paying the experts that are making our case.
Our OLT hearing commences on February 21, 2022. Please help us meet our fundraising goal before then!
The date is approaching fast and we are making preparations.
We need your help!
The formerly pristine Fowler property is the habitat of several endangered and threatened species. Sharing this space with an active, full-scale quarry operation could further threaten their fragile existence. We would like to put a face to some of our wetland neighbours, to thank our generous donors on behalf of the wildlife, and of our future generations. They will be so proud to know that their family and community cared -and fought- for what truly matters.
Andy and Lynn Zupan
John and Silvia Campbell
John and Ellen Sheepway
John and Lois Lackey
Renato and Maddalena Galante
Nicole and Scott Smith
Dianne Marzahl and John Wilson
Eric and Luanne Huisman
John and Linda Whelan
The Tuju Family
Sue and Dylan Young
The Dietrich Cottage
Chantal Trahan and Phil Bronson
Natalie and Patrick Cerullo
Kevin and Ute Howell
Suzanne Facchini and Wayne Travell
Peter and Linda Weiland
The Bromley Family
Jim and Shirley Benson
The Ellis and Gerstenberger Families
James and Jeanne Hardman
In memory of Lillian and Carl Fry
Tim and Doreen Lett
Geof and Irene Smith
Mark and Kelly Houston
Trumpeter swans were brought back from the brink of extinction in the early 80s. Their story inspires us to stay strong.
We should feel so lucky that Trumpeter swans choose to live in our community, and fiercely protect their habitat to prevent almost losing them again.
When you were a child, do you remember the world of discovery in nature?
We choose to live in this area for a reason. Let's keep their childhood wild, the way it was for us.
What's important is that children have an opportunity to bond with the natural world, to learn to love it and feel comfortable in it, before being asked to heal its wounds.
Anonymous donations are represented by the wetland. Wetlands are delicate ecosystems necessary for erosion control, carbon storage, nutrient cycling and groundwater recharge. They also provide habitat for specialized wildlife communities.
Healthy wetlands = healthy people
We have already lost 75% of the wetlands in Ontario, south of the Canadian Shield. Given their value for water purification, flood control, and species at risk habitat, it is critical that we protect them.
In the early 1980s, the Bromley family pioneered the quarry fight. We are so grateful for their help with raising awareness and funds. On top of their previous generous donations, they most recently donated the proceedings of their garage sale to RLA's legal fund. This founding family should be so proud of everything they have done to
In the early 1980s, the Bromley family pioneered the quarry fight. We are so grateful for their help with raising awareness and funds. On top of their previous generous donations, they most recently donated the proceedings of their garage sale to RLA's legal fund. This founding family should be so proud of everything they have done to ensure their children's and grandchildren's enjoyment of this beautiful spot for generations to come.
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading awareness through word-of-mouth, thank you. We could not accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
100% of donations pay for legal and professional fees.
Online donations are gratefully accepted via e-transfer, to our email address: email@example.com
Never too young to be civic-minded and environmentally aware!
Thank you to all the thirsty neighbours who supported this little activist's lemonade stand.
We can set an example for our children and grandchildren. Our future generations will thank us for it.