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© Lora Denis
October 20, 2023–Anne Bell
Indigenous Relations•Species at Risk•Wild Species
Black ash © Charlotte Cadow CC BY-NC 4.0
Ontario’s Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) is throwing precaution and good advice to the wind in its approach to protecting the endangered black ash. When the species was ...
October 12, 2023–Maya Davidson
Environmental Education•Indigenous Relations•Recreation and Events•Youth
Youth Summit for Mother Earth, 2023 © Gillian Johnson
This past September, the annual Youth Summit for Mother Earth returned for a fully in-person cross-cultural learning event held at Camp Wahanowin, on Chippewas of Rama First Nation territory. In ...
October 4, 2023–Guest blogger
Wainfleet Bog, early spring meltwaters © Noah Cole
Bogs play a vital ecosystem role. Acting like a sink, they absorb rainwater, store it underground and then slowly release it into nearby streams. Bogs are also key to flood ...
September 29, 2023–Peyton Alexander
Reduce Your Footprint
Phragmites removal © Lambton Shores Phragmites Community Group
Escaping the rush of everyday life is a welcome change, especially when it involves spending time outdoors. Hiking, camping, and walking my dog in local parks are some of my ...
September 22, 2023–Tarun Titus
Conservation News•Protected Places
Little Athelstane Lake wetlands © Kristen Setala
Less than 11 percent of Ontario’s lands and waters are considered protected, despite the existence of areas of great ecological, cultural, and community value that deserve protection. Many of these ...
Please oppose the relentless drive to prioritize profits over environmental protection.
short-eared owl © JanetandPhil CC BY-NC-ND 2.0