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A landscape of splendid lakes and forests

The Indian River Lakes Region is well known for its stunning lakes and unique geology. Situated on the Frontenac Arch, this landscape plays a key role in geological history and serves as part of a key North American wildlife migration corridor.

Land protection directly supports watershed health!

Conserving land helps to reduce erosion and runoff, reduces pollutant export through filtering, preserves natural flow patterns, and minimizes flooding.

Protecting land for generations to come

At IRLC, we know this area is irreplaceable. Land protection is an important part of water quality protection. We strive to protect land and water for people, for wildlife, forever. 
Wylie Huffman
Fun Fact

The Indian River Lakes preserves are located within a critical region of the Algonquin to Adirondacks (A2A) wildlife corridor. Indian River Lakes Conservancy protected lands benefit both the local environment and the larger continental system of wildlife movement, range requirements, and safeguarded habitat.