The Trust invests in projects that aim to conserve, protect, restore and educate about the Kettle Creek watershed.
Rewild the Family
KCET believes every child should have the opportunity to sleep out under the stars, roast a marshmallow – connect with nature. The Re-Wild the Family program helps families experiencing a nature deficit do just that.
The Trust supports hands-on and engaging education programming within the Kettle Creek watershed.
The Elgin County/Kettle Creek Agricultural Conservation Scholarship
Awarded annually to an Elgin County or Kettle Creek watershed resident, between the ages of 17 – 30 who are entering or currently pursuing agriculturally-related studies with an emphasis on compatibility with the natural environment at a post-secondary institution.
KCET supports Kettle Creek Conservation Authority’s tree planting program.
This initiative raises money towards the creation, restoration and protection of wetlands in the Kettle Creek watershed.
KCET is committed to supporting and investing in the long-term management of conservation lands within the Kettle Creek Watershed.