The Kingsburg Coastal Conservancy’s mission is to conserve and protect shoreline, wetlands, beaches, freshwater habitats, fields and forests, and to ensure that access to these places both on Kingsburg Peninsula and in neighbouring areas remains available to the public forever.
We are committed to:
· Stewarding lands in the Greater Kingsburg Peninsula and neighbouring areas.
· Securing strategic properties for conservation and public access.
· Achieving our mission through communication, education and negotiation.
· Encouraging and supporting responsible conservation practices at both the Municipal and Provincial levels.
About KINGSBURG COASTAL CONSERVANCY ASSOCIATION
In 1995 The Kingsburg Coastal Conservancy formed in response to an alarming increase in coastal development along Nova Scotia's South Shore. The KCC is a charitable, non-governmental, community land trust. We work to preserve headlands, beaches, and wetlands on the Kingsburg Peninsula and neighbouring areas (near Lunenburg) and to safeguard traditional access to shorelines. The Kingsburg Coastal Conservancy depends on private giving and volunteer effort, and over the years has established a solid record both for fundraising and for managing land donations.