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What We Do

The Niagara Parks Foundation will support the following key initiatives:

1.	The Children’s Garden

1. The Children’s Garden

This feature is a key part of the master plan for the renowned Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens. The Garden’s components will engage children (and their families!) to learn more about nature, gardens and outdoor recreation. The garden will combine education and fun and begin a lifelong love of gardens!

2. Environmental Stewardship projects

  1. Moraine Restoration Project (Queen Victoria Park)
  2. Grassland Habitat restoration
  3. Coastal Wetland restoration along the Niagara River
  4. Dufferin Islands
  5. Pollinator Gardens
  6. Species at Risk

2. Environmental Stewardship projects
3. Research

3. Research

The Foundation Research Fund will undertake research initiatives that support environmental and cultural stewardship initiatives. Projects will be determined annually.

4. Heritage Restoration

Niagara Parks has a number of heritage properties, materials and landscapes that require stewardship. These include buildings, structures, stone walls, iron works, and unique landscapes.

4. Heritage Restoration
5. Trails

5. Trails

Niagara Parks oversees the Niagara River Recreation Trail as well as natural trails ranging from portions of the Bruce Trail, Niagara Glen and desired walking and cycling trails in identified locations such as Queen Victoria Park.

Niagara Parks is committed to protecting the health and safety of all guests and staff. Face coverings are required at all indoor spaces and attractions within Niagara Parks, and proof of vaccination is required at some locations.