Community involvement is a major thrust of the Rainy Lake Conservancy. The Conservancy participates in and supports local activities.
 
Chamber of Commerce
The Rainy Lake Conservancy is a member of the Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce. RLC distributes conservation information through the Chambers' Tourist Information Centre and other services offered to members. 

Rainy River Valley Field Naturalists
Supported by an Ontario Trillium Grant, RLC partnered with the Rainy River Valley Field Naturalists (RRVFN) and the Nature Conservancy of Canada to build the Cranberry Peatlands Interpretive Bog Walk Trail, located in Alberton Twp.  RLC volunteers have helped to maintain the trail, and design and print pamphlets about the flora and fauna of the bog
Visit: Rainy River Valley Field Naturalists

Rainy River District Stewardship Tree Project
RLC participated in planning sessions and lent financial support to this worth-while project. Local people learned more about local trees and high school students were educated in the use of technology to identify and label trees. 

Rainy Lake Fisheries Charity Trust (RLFCT)
Rainy Lake Conservancy supports the RLFCT, which was established in 2005. The trust is committed to sound scientific research aimed at enhancing the long term health of the Rainy Lake fishery, a goal shared by RLC.   A member of the Conservancy presently serves on the board of directors. Visit: Rainy lake Fisheries Charity Trust
 
Community Advisory Group for the International Rainy/Lake of the Woods Watershed Board
A member of the RLC serves on this important advisory group for our watershed.  Visit: Community Advisory Group for the International Rainy/Lake of the Woods Watershed Board

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