In order to complete many of the Niagara Restoration Council (NRC) projects effective partnerships are a vital component. The NRC has been involved with many different organizations, both through public consultation and through projects. We would like to acknowledge the support that each and every person and organization has given the NRC.
EcoAction 2000 – The EcoAction Community Funding Program is an Environment Canada program that provides financial support to community groups for projects that have measurable, positive impacts on the environment.
The Great Lakes Sustainability Fund – The Great Lakes Sustainability Fund is a component of the Federal Government’s Great Lakes program. The Sustainability Fund provides resources to demonstrate and implement technologies and techniques to assist in the remediation of Areas of Concern and other priority areas in the Great Lakes.
Niagara Community Foundation – The Niagara Community Foundation serves the people of the Niagara peninsula by building permanently endowed charitable funds for the changing needs and opportunities of the community, making grants, and providing leadership that contributes to the health and vitality of the community.
The Ontario Trillium Foundation – The Niagara Restoration Council gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation, an agency of the Ministry of Culture, which receives annually $100 million in government funding generated through Ontario’s charity casino initiative.
Shell Environmental Fund – The Shell Environmental Fund (SEF) provides financial support for grass-roots, action-oriented projects that improve and protect the Canadian environment.
Toronto Dominion Friends of the Environment – Since it began in 1990, the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation has proudly supported the efforts of Canadians who are dedicated to the well-being of our environment.
Wetland Habitat Fund – The Wetland Habitat Fund operates through a team of professional program representatives who provide technical assistance to landowners who are planning habitat projects while the WHF provides financial assistance to implement the project. Since 1997, the program has helped hundreds of landowners conserve thousands of acres of wetlands across southern Ontario.