Ruthven Park National Historic Site Inc.
Vision: Ruthven Park will be an exemplary steward of the significant built heritage resources and natural and cultural landscapes entrusted to its care and become a model for research, conservation, public education and involvement where people enjoy history and appreciate how it affects their present and future.
Mission: Ruthven Park is a National Historic Site owned and operated by Ruthven Park National Historic Site Inc.; a non-government, not-for-profit, volunteer driven organization, which seeks to conserve, maintain, and promote historical conservation, interpretation, education and research of Ruthven Park’s rich cultural and natural heritage by engaging the public for the enjoyment of present and future generations.
Address: 243 Haldimand Hwy. #54, Cayuga, ON N0A 1E0
Year Founded: 1994
Adopted S&P*: Yes
Full-time Staff: 3
Number of Members: 145
Primary Land Types: Agricultural, wetlands, Carolinian, cultural
*indicates adoption of the 2005 Canadian Land Trust Standards and Practices
CONSERVATION LAND TRUST PARTNERS:
Province-Wide: NCC, Parks Canada, MNRF, Bird Studies Canada, Ontario Trillium Foundation, Ontario Museum Association
Regional: Bruce Trail Conservancy
Watershed: Grand River Conservation Authority
Local: County of Haldimand