Sunrise seen in between trees and forest



The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority recognizes that diversity is a source of strength and believes there should be zero tolerance towards racism, prejudice and discrimination within our organization, Conservation Areas, and watershed community as a whole. The NPCA will work closely with its stakeholders to ensure that conservation areas and programs are always safe and inclusive for people to enjoy and participate in, equally and equitably.

Our success in meeting our mandate and mission is dependent upon working in collaboration with our partners in conservation. We are committed to ensuring every individual in the NPCA watershed, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, or disability has the opportunity to connect with nature and conservation, to take action towards protecting water and biodiversity, while working in collaboration towards sustainable communities in ways that are appropriate and meaningful to them. The result will be meaningful and inclusive engagement that will foster long-term relationships with the public we serve.