Conservation Halton

Presentation of the Organization

Conservation Halton is a community based environmental agency that protects local ecosystems in partnership with its watershed municipalities. As an agency established under the Conservation Authorities Act of Ontario, Conservation Halton forms a partnership with the Province of Ontario and the Regional Municipalities of Halton, Peel and Hamilton-Wentworth and Puslinch Township.

Conservation Halton's mission is to protect and enhance the natural environment from lake to escarpment for present and future generations. Its key roles are:

  • Water resources management
  • Forest resources management
  • Lifelong education and recreation

Conservation Halton's watershed is comprised of 1000 square kilometers of land drained by seventeen creeks that flow into Lake Ontario. The watershed includes the Niagara Escarpment, Carolinian forests, Lake Ontario shoreline, creeks, valleys and rich wetlands.


Conservation Halton

2596 Britannia Road West

Burlington, Ontario

L7P 0G3


Phone: 905-336-1158

Fax: 905-336-7014



John Vice, President