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About Us

The Huron Stewardship Council is a community based organization that is seeking to promote responsible resource stewardship through networking, cooperation and collaboration of efforts between various organizations and individuals in Huron County. The Council is comprised of nine to eleven volunteer members from a variety of backgrounds in the Huron County community, including agriculture, education, outdoor recreation, nature appreciation and other interests. As we enter the 21st Century, we are becoming more and more aware of the need to become…

Current Projects

The Huron Stewardship Council is currently working with a number of partners on a variety of projects. To view information on some recent or ongoing projects, check out our most recent Annual Report. Featured Projects Trees Beyond Goderich: Rural Disaster Relief through Reforestation Huron County’s Queensnake Recovery Project

Fall 2013 tree planting

Thanks to all who joined us for fall 2013 tree planting! The forecast was touch-and-go for our volunteer tree planting event the first weekend in October, so we decided to split the tree planting into two days. On October 5th, the Huron Stewardship Council partnered with the Canadian Tree Fund to help continue the restoration of woodlands destroyed by the 2011 tornado.  First off, local volunteers met with folks from out of town in a woodlot near Benmiller where 780…

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May 2013 tree planting

May 2013: Thank you to everyone who made our spring tree planting day a great success! With the help of about 25 hard-working volunteers, 1300 trees were planted in a tornado-damaged woodlot at Benmiller to complement the large trees that were planted there last fall. We were fortunate to avoid any rain, and there was a beautiful breeze that kept the black flies away.  May 11th was a significant day for the Trees Beyond Goderich project, since it was the…

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