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September 22, 2022–Maya Davidson
Nature Reserves•Ontario Nature•Stewardship and restoration
Since 1961, Ontario Nature’s Nature Reserves Program has protected vulnerable habitat across the province while providing opportunities for both scientific research and recreation. Crucial to the success of this program ...
August 24, 2022–Lesley Rudy
Nature Network•Ontario Nature
South Shore Safari, Ontario Nature Annual Gathering 2018 © John Hassell
Across the province, our Nature Network groups are protecting wild species and wild spaces in their local areas. Ontario Nature helps connect these groups to each other and to provincial ...
June 10, 2022–Bipin Dhinsa
Ecology•Ontario Nature•Pollinators•Wild Species
Io moth, Gananoque Lake Nature Reserve © Alice Dabrowski
Do you get this question a lot? I do, so let’s think about how to answer it. Insects don’t have to be of any human value in order for them ...
April 29, 2022–Victoria MacPhail
Campaigns•Community Science•Ontario Nature•Pollinators
Bumble bees are important pollinators in Ontario, but it is estimated that one third of them are in decline. We need more information to better conserve them, and researchers are ...
March 11, 2022–Nathaniel Rose
Indigenous Relations•Nature Guardians Youth Program•Ontario Nature•Youth
The 2021 Youth Summit for Mother Earth connected over 100 youth across Ontario through a weekend-long event held online, providing a meaningful platform to engage youth to protect nature in the ...
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