Can you imagine Hamilton's own Central Park, in the heart of the city, yet protecting one of Canada's richest biological areas?
News and Updates:
UPDATE: April 24, 2013: The Hamilton Conservation Authority has purchased 52 acres of natural lands along York Road with funds from the Dundas EcoPark Campaign. The purchase price, including closing costs, was $813,214, of which $531,000 has been raised to date, leaving a balance of $282,214. The Hamilton Conservation Foundation is working to secure this funding before the end of 2013. Details about this exciting news can be found in the most recent Hamilton Spectator article about the property by clicking here. To receive an update on fundraising please call 905-525-2181 ext. 129.
When you give to the Hamilton Conservation Foundation’s Dundas EcoPark Campaign, you are protecting nature. You are also changing lives. With the protection and restoration of the lands in the Hamilton end of the larger 2,000 hectare (4,950 acre) Cootes to Escarpment Park System, you are safeguarding the lives and habitat of over 1,500 species of birds, trees, plants and wildlife. You are also helping to create one of Canada's largest coordinated urban park systems with protected wildlife sanctuaries, meadows, healthy forests, vistas, hiking trails and canoeing as well as other outdoor pursuits.
Let's create a greener, healthier and more prosperous Hamilton. Contribute to the Dundas EcoPark Campaign. Our goal is $5 million; $3 million for natural landscape restoration and trail development, and $2 million for acquisition of ecologically-significant lands.
Say YES to the EcoPark! Support the Dundas EcoPark Campaign and donate today.