Kingsburg Coastal Conservancyupdated: November 2010

The Kingsburg Coastal Conservancy, in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, is committed to preserving headlands, beaches, and wetlands of the Kingsburg Peninsula and neighbouring areas, and to safeguarding traditional access to our shorelines.

Founded in 1995 as a charitable, non-governmental, community land trust, the KCC depends on private donations and solely on volunteer efforts. Over the years we have established a solid record for bringing land under our stewardship and protection, and for providing trails and other coastal access. We are one of the few organizations in Nova Scotia eligible to accept ecological gifts and issue receipts for tax benefits to those who either donate land or agree to place conservation easements on land meeting federal criteria.
Our Mission To conserve and protect shoreline, wetlands, beaches, freshwater habitats, fields and forests, and to ensure that access to these places, both on Kingsburg peninsula and in neighbouring areas, remains available to the public forever.

Contact Kingsburg Coastal Conservancy

Rick Welsford
Box 1, Site 1A
Rose Bay, Nova Scotia  B0J 2X0
Phone: (902) 624-8051
Fax: (902) 766-4368

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