Executive Director of the Haliburton Highlands Land Trust, Larry O’Connor is happy with the new drift fencing installed along Gelert Road. It was the second phase in a project to help lower the number of turtles that are killed by cars along the road.

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O’Connor explains what the long term vision is for the project.

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He says the project is unique, which is already drawing attention to the area.

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O’Connor says they will be looking for more volunteers in the spring to help with the next stage of the project.