Have your say! RMCG, a regional research firm, is conducting a community survey about the Escarpment Corridor in Southern Georgian Bay on behalf of ECA. Take five minutes and ensure YOUR voice is heard. 

Click the following link to take the survey,

Your opinions are valuable. All of your responses will be completely confidential. Invest in your future by sharing your options by March 31, 2023. 



Sign the petition to let the provincial government know our community is demanding action, and we need it now. Our petition:

1 Calls upon the Ontario provincial government enact legislation which would prevent large-scale development on the Escarpment lands (such as the proposed subdivision on the 1,500 acres of the Castle Glen Forest); and

2 Demands that the Ontario government permanently protect this environmentally significant ecosystem through legislation and committed funding which creates interconnected corridors of natural spaces for shared wildlife and recreational uses.

Castle Glen Video

Check out our video showing what will be lost, forever, if the proposed Castle Glen subdivision proceeds. Over 1,500 acres of forest replaced by 1,600 homes, a gas station, golf courses, and a hotel. Bye bye natural carbon sink, sensitive ecosystem, natural habitat, and important headwaters — right on the brow of the Escarpment!

It could all be gone. Forever.

Check out or recent blogs below, or all of them on our News page!

  • The Blue Mountains Council Supports Conserving Green Spaces!
    Council voted unanimously to work with regional partners and the province to enhance local land conservation through a formal collaboration process.   This calls for a celebration! Local residents and environmental advocates were thrilled to witness a 5-0 vote by The Blue Mountains Council to move forward with a proposal to increase the collaboration between […]
  • It’s been a successful year, and we couldn’t have done it without you!
    As we look back on 2022, we’re encouraged by all that we’ve accomplished together since our launch in March – and we’re grateful for your support. Over the past year, we’ve raised awareness about the threats facing our natural lands and connected with residents, businesses and organizations in support of our home! Through elections, outreach, […]
  • Talisman Community Meeting on December 29
    The Beaver Valley is being threatened by a massive development – and our friends at the Protecting Talisman Lands Association continue to fight against this destructive proposal. Join us on Thursday, December 29th from 3-5 PM at Kimberley Hall to learn more. If you are unable to attend but would like to receive an information […]

Land Acknowledgement

We are grateful to live, work, and learn on the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee, Ojibway, and Anishinabek. This territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties. 

We acknowledge and deeply appreciate their historic connection to this place since time immemorial. We also recognize the contributions that Haudenosaunee, Ojibway, Anishinabek, and other Indigenous peoples have made, both in shaping and strengthening this community in particular, and our province and country as a whole.

This recognition of the contributions and historic importance of Indigenous peoples must also be clearly and overtly connected to our collective commitment to do our part to advance reconciliation in our communities. We must work together to ensure our communities advance relationships with Indigenous peoples built on meaningful consultation rooted in truth and imbued with justice.