Nature Conservancy of Canada protects more than 18 km of Manitoulin Island shoreline

The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) announced Tuesday one of its largest-ever single-property acquisitions in Ontario, valued at $16 million. Covering 7,608 hectares, the Vidal Bay Forests and Shoreline property protects 18.5 kilometres of shoreline on Manitoulin Island, on the north channel of Lake Huron. (Photo courtesy of the NCC) The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) announced Tuesday one of its largest-ever single-property acquisitions in Ontario, valued at $16 million. Covering 7,608 hectares, the Vidal Bay Forests and Shoreline property protects 18.5 kilometres of shoreline on Manitoulin Island, on the north channel of Lake Huron. (Photo courtesy of the NCC)

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