About Friends of One Mile Creek

Landowners abutting One Mile Creek and other interested individuals formed the Friends of One Mile Creek (FOMC) in 2003 because of concerns regarding the condition of the creek and associated Lansdowne Pond. Working with the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA), the group has implemented a number of stewardship projects to revitalize the creek’s natural heritage. Read more about the group’s history.


Our purpose is to collaborate with the community and relevant agencies to work efficiently toward restoring and revitalizing the water, wildlife and natural environment of the One Mile Creek watershed in Niagara on the Lake, Ontario.

Directors of Friends of One Mile Creek

Michael FoxChair and Secretary-TreasurerMichael Fox
Klara Young-ChinVice-Chair and Project CoordinatorKlara Young-Chin
Gerry BeneteauPast president

Become a Friend of One Mile Creek

We encourage those interested in natural conservation in Niagara on the Lake to sign up to join Friends of One Mile Creek. There is no cost.

Membership in Friends of One Mile Creek is free.
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To contact Friends of One Mile Creek, please send an email to [email protected]

Contributions welcome

Donations to support the efforts of Friends of One Mile Creek are most welcome. (All contributions will be acknowledged, but we are not in a position to provide tax receipts at this time.)

  • Send a donation by Interac email transfer to [email protected]
  • Mail a cheque payable to Friends of One Mile Creek, PO Box 808, Niagara on the Lake, Ontario L0S 1J0.