- AGM 2021
- Chelsea Master Plan
- 2021 Membership
- Community Forest
- ACRE 2020 Survey
Annual General Meeting 2021
The annual general meeting of Action Chelsea for Respect of the Environment (ACRE) is scheduled for Tuesday, March 30th at 7:30 PM.
Chelsea Master Plan
ACRE's proposed changes to Chelsea Master Plan
ACRE has participated in each phase of the Master Plan review and also met with municipal staff to discuss proposed changes to the Master Plan and to suggest ways in which to integrate nature conservation into the plan’s land use zoning:
Time to RENEW or START your ACRE membership!
ACRE is your local land trust and a charitable
organisation dedicated to environmental stewardship in your community.
ACRE's membership is based on the calendar year.
Why join ACRE?
1. As a land trust, ACRE works on a range of land stewardship issues, working to conserve space for nature in our community.
2. To support collaboration with the Municipality in continued conservation of the quantity and quality of our drinking water and protection of our wetlands.
3. To support public education and special events on conservation.
Help support the environment in your community.
Join ACRE today!
It is easy to do on-line using PayPal:
ACRE Membership Application
"We've Reached our Goal for the Land Purchase!"
Hello Chelsea Neighbours,
We are very happy to let you know that we have met our fundraising goal to ensure the community purchase of the 57-acre Johannsen property.
We are grateful to all the neighbours across Chelsea who helped make this happen, in record time! We live in an amazing community.
For all the folks that pledged to donate, we’ll be in touch by Wednesday, the 27th, with more information.
We look forward to closing our deal by the end of February. This land will be protected in perpetuity, thanks to you all.
ACRE Survey 2020
The Importance of Nature to Chelsea
ACRE surveyed Chelsea residents between July 13 – August 16, 2020 to better understand how they feel about the importance of nature and what actions can be taken locally to safeguard Chelsea’s natural environment: