Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation

74 Hamilton St

Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation

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The Coastal Centre was founded in 1998 as a registered non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to the conservation of Lake Huron’s natural shoreline environment. The Objectives of the Coastal Centre are defined by its Letters patent. They are:

To preserve, protect, restore and improve the natural resources and environment of Lake Huron.

To promote shoreline conservation through demonstration projects, education programs and local stewardship initiatives.

To promote increased dialogue, communication and co-operation amongst levels of government, citizens and community groups in conserving the Lake Huron environment.

To promote coastal related academic research to be carried out along the Lake Huron shoreline.

Since its formation in 1998, the Coastal Centre has worked to fulfill these objectives by undertaking projects, and programs focused on education, research, community outreach, advisory services and basin management planning. The first four programs were focused on the southeastern shores of Lake Huron , between Sarnia and Tobermory. The latter included a ‘whole-lake’ perspective, and efforts were made to build a relationship with our Michigan counterparts working on the western part of the lake.


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