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Natural Habitat Fund - A Dedication For Nature's Future (formerly "Adopt a Tree Fund")

 Natural Habitat Fund

 natural habitat is an ecological or environmental area where specific species lives. It is the place in nature that particular species calls home.


Friends of Point Pelee's Natural Habitat Fund will assist Point Pelee National Park and the surrounding community in the restoration of the existing natural habitat or the creation of new natural habitat. This may include a wide range of native trees, shrubs, flowers or grasses.

The dedication recipients name and the indicated occasion ( eg. birthday, marriage, memorial, Christmas, etc.) will be added to our ledger, along with the date and donor. This ledger is prominently displayed in the Point Pelee National Park Visitor Centre. An acknowledgement card is sent to the recipient or family if requested. A tax receipt will be issued to the donor in Canadian Funds.

Natural Habitat Fund Online
Natural Habitat Fund Form [pdf]


Five thousand dollars from the Natural Habitat Fund was donated to Leamington District High School toward the creation of the Caldwell Community Peace Garden on the new school grounds.
Native trees, shrubs and wildflower species were carefully selected by LDSS ECO Team to provide shelter from traffic and sun as well as food for migrating birds and pollinators.
The Peace garden will be situated on the east side of the school close to the trail so that it is easily accessible for community members to enjoy.
June, 2018

Carolinian Zone Habitat Restoration-2007

Behind the Pelee Days Inn 
Bevel Line Road, Leamington, ON