Lake Clear Conservancy
A Land Trust in the Upper Ottawa Valley
The Lake Clear Conservancy is dedicated to the conservation of the natural heritage of Lake Clear and its watershed.
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Islands Protected for Future Generations
LCC-Owned Shoreline (Linear Feet)
LCC-Managed Shoreline (linear feet)
What is a Land Trust?
A land trust is a non-government, charitable organization whose sole purpose is conservation. In the case of the Lake Clear Conservancy (LCC), our conservation focus is the natural heritage and water quality of Lake Clear and the Bonnechere River Watershed, of which Lake Clear is a part. Land trusts can own land outright and can also hold conservation easements, donated by private landowners who want to protect their land but want to retain ownership. Properties owned by the LCC are held in perpetuity for public benefit and for the enjoyment of future generations. The LCC also promotes good environmental practices by providing relevant information to landowners, campers, and other lake users.
Alone, we can do so little;
together, we can do so much.
About Lake Clear Conservancy
Learn about our history and who we are.
Natural & Cultural Heritage
Explore the riches that Lake Clear offers.
Island Wilderness Camping
The Booking Calendar is now OPEN! Reserve your site(s) for the 2022 summer season.
Protecting Lake Clear
In 1998, a small group of concerned people met to discuss ways to preserve and protect the natural beauty, water quality, and wildlife of Lake Clear. The result of that meeting was the Lake Clear Conservancy, an all-volunteer, non-government, charitable organization. The LCC is working for everyone who loves Lake Clear. We are your local, community land trust, and we hope you will join us.
In the News
In the summer of 2022, the LCC is partnering with Watershed Canada’s Love Your Lake program, which provides an overall assessment of the general health of the shoreline and offers ideas and advice to interested property owners. In the summer of 2023, we will partner...
In preparation for the upcoming season, volunteers visit the 3 camping islands to make sure they are ready to receive the campers.
The Lake Clear Conservancy (LCC) acquired Lornie Foran Island in 2006. Seagulls breeding on the island went from being a nuisance at that time to being a water quality problem in more recent years, as indicated by higher phosphorus and E.coli levels around the...
Lake Clear Conservancy Timeline
Green Island & The Twins acquired
LCC Designated Charitable Organization
LCC Administration of Wilderness Camping
(MNRF Land Use Permit) on Crown-owned Islands of Lake Clear
Lornie Foran Island acquired
Cherry Island 100% acquired
The Lake Clear Conservancy is your community land trust. Together we can preserve, maintain and improve the things we all love and enjoy - crystal clear waters, magnificent views, unspoiled islands and scenic shorelines. Clean water and unspoiled wilderness are rare; Lake Clear is a treasure. The LCC is a means for everyone who values these qualities to work together in a coordinated manner.
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Box 141 Eganville, ON KoJ1T0