Conservation initiatives assist by protecting Ruthven Park’s significant natural features and associated plant and wildlife through research and stewardship.
Conservation At Ruthven Park
Conservation initiatives assist by protecting Ruthven Park’s significant natural features and associated plant and wildlife through research, inventories, monitoring, restoring, active management and enhancing natural areas habitat for a variety of species at risk on the property. The site also preserves and practices preventive maintenance activities of the built heritage which includes the nineteenth-century buildings, artifacts, and cultural landscapes through research, monitoring, inventories, stabilization, maintenance, restoration, and repairs.
The Lower Grand River Land Trust Inc. holds an easement with the Ontario Heritage Trust, an agency of the province’s Ministry of Tourism, Culture, and Sport. This legal binding agreement focuses on the preservation and enhancement of both the natural and cultural heritage aspects of the property.
10th Annual Ruthven for the Birds Event (8)
Ruthven Park National Historic Site is seeking a full-time position of National Historic Site Administrator
Ruthven Park National Historic Site is seeking a full-time position of National Historic Site Administrator Ruthven Park is a rural 1,500-acre country estate and former home of the Thompson family located in Cayuga, Ontario. The property is a unique and diverse environment consisting of archaeological, built heritage resources, cultural heritage and natural heritage landscapes, including […]
Dear members and friends, There is lots still going on here at Ruthven Park! Tours of the mansion happening every Wednesday – Sunday until October 13th, bird banding every day from sunrise to noon (weather dependent), the Lower Grand River Land Trust AGM, Car Show and Ruthven’s for the Birds Event is coming up in […]
Haldimand County residents: Join staff from 3 Conservation Authorities and Haldimand County as we cover a variety of topics related to trees in Haldimand County. Learn about tree planting, wetlands, erosion reduction, grant programs available to help with your project, Haldimand County’s street tree program and an update on the Tree By-Law. The workshop runs […]
The Welcome Centre and Grounds: Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm – By change Saturday and Sunday (Oct 14 – Nov 3)
The Mansion: Tours by appointment only, groups of 15 people or more. Call for more information 905-772-0560
Christmas Tours: Public tours begin December 4 – 20th, Wednesday – Friday only; guided tours at 12:30 pm, 2 pm and 3:30 pm.
Bird Banding: Banding lab is open September 1 – November 7 for the fall migration. Sunrise until 12 noon, weather dependent.
Give us a call today or check out our website for more information 905.772.0560 or www.ruthvenpark.ca
Phone: (905) 772-0560
243 Haldimand Hwy. #54,
Cayuga, ON N0A 1E0
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