About Lakeshore Eco-Network

 Autumn Trees Along the Old Ausable Channel


A region where biodiversity flourishes and natural areas are valued and protected.


The Lakeshore Eco-Network raises awareness around the issues of biodiversity and climate change, and promotes the planting of native trees and plants, and the conservation, stewardship, and restoration of natural areas in our region.


Membership in the Lakeshore Eco-Network is free. Just email us and we’ll add you to the growing list of people in our region who care about trees and climate change.


We work with and are supported by several organizations in our region. And we’re always looking for new partners who share our goals!

Our partners are:
Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority
Ausable Bayfield Conservation Foundation
Grand Bend Community Foundation
Municipality of Lambton Shores
West Coast Lions Club
Grand Bend Rotary Club
Friends of Pinery Park