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Conservation Easement Agreements: Gifts, Receipts and Taxes

Join OLTA on March 7 from 12:30-1:30 pm as we explore the possibilities associated with donation of a Conservation Easement Agreement. We will discuss responsibilities of land trusts in issuing receipts, benefits to the landowner, tax considerations, and donation scenarios.To participate, please register here. These trainings are free for OLTA members and associates and $45 for others.

Bee City Seedy Saturday

rare - ECO Centre 768 Blair Road, Cambridge

This is a free event combining Seedy Saturday, the Bee City Cambridge Annual Expo and the 2024 season launch of One Seed, One Community! For Seedy Saturday, everyone is welcome to share and exchange seeds! You’ll meet fellow gardeners and find exciting seed varieties that other seed savers are sharing. We encourage attendance whether you are a first-time gardener or ...

Two-Eyed Seeing and Ethical Space Training

Gathering Place By The Grand 2593 Chiefswood Rd, Ohsweken

Two-Eyed Seeing and Ethical Space Training: Indigenous Climate Change Action This gathering will explore the ways in which Indigenous principles can be used to develop a response to the impacts of climate change including environmental shifts in seasons and cycles, extreme weather events, physical and mental health, food production and more. The conference goal is ...

A Field guide to Trees of Ontario with Deborah Metsger

Scugog Memorial Library 231 Water Street, Port Perry, Ontario, Canada

A Field Guide To Trees of Ontario, published in April 2023 is the latest book in the Royal Ontario Museum’s popular field guide series. Deborah Metsger, ROM's Assistant Curator of Plants, and coauthor of this publication will provide a guided tour through its 508 pages. She will provide insights into the process of building a ...

Meeting The American Kestrel

Bayshore Community Centre 1900 3rd Ave E, Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada

Meeting The American Kestrel, with John Reaume  For the past 4 years we have had the pleasure of watching a pair of American Kestrels nest and raise their young in a Kestrel/Screech Owl box mounted on our workshop and visible from our back porch. This photo essay will explore and review the life history of ...

Celebrate Earth Day with Keynote Speaker Robert Bowles

Bayshore Community Centre 1900 3rd Ave E, Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada

Celebrate Earth Day with Keynote Speaker Robert Bowles, award-winning writer, artist, photographer and naturalist. Sponsored by Caframo.  Bob is an award-winning writer, artist, photographer and naturalist who has spent a lifetime in nature education, research, and community engagement The Owen Sound Field Naturalists meet on the second Thursday of the month (except during July and August) in the Bay ...

Community Tree Planting Event at Bruce’s Mill Conservation Park – 10,000 Trees for the Rouge

Bruce's Mill Conservation Area 3291 Stouffville Rd, Whitchurch-Stouffville, Ontario, Canada

Join 10,000 Trees to celebrate our 35th Annual Planting Event at Bruce's Mill Conservation Park, Stouffville, ON!  We are looking for 1,200+ volunteers to help plant thousands of trees and shrubs.  Everyone is welcome. Training and lunch is provided.  For more details or to register, please visit www.10000trees.com.    April 27 - 8AM - 2 ...

A Turtle Talk

Bayshore Community Centre 1900 3rd Ave E, Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada

Learn about our local turtles, and more, including their vulnerabilities and their resiliency with Jenna McGuire. The Owen Sound Field Naturalists meet on the second Thursday of the month (except during July and August) in the Bay Room of the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre. We invite speakers with a wide range of expertise from ...

Scott Parent and his daughter Acadia, present Three Waters

Bayshore Community Centre 1900 3rd Ave E, Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada

This documentary film, Three Waters, is based on their 2019 paddling expedition which retraced their ancestral migration route of the Georgian Bay Métis Community of 1828. We will learn about their journey and their plastic pollution clean up initiative. The Owen Sound Field Naturalists meet on the second Thursday of the month (except during July ...

Kingston Field Naturalists 2024 BioBlitz

Bethel Road, Camden East

Learn to find and identify flora, fauna and fungi Guided walks with expert naturalists Children’s activities BBQ on Saturday For more details visit www.kingstonfieldnaturalists.org (after mid-May) To be added to the mailing list contact Janis Grant: janis.grant@icloud.com Questions? Ask Anne (n8ture.anne@sympatico.ca or 613-389-6742) Location: Bethel Road, Camden East Link: https://inaturalist.ca/projects/kingston-field-naturalists-2024-bioblitz

Saugeen Valley Lookout

Saugeen Valley Lookout with Brian & Clare Maher This is an outstanding opportunity to visit Nels Maher's and John Weir’s Fern Garden. Orchids, birds, trees and more are highlights found on this 40-acre naturalized property by the Saugeen River near Durham. Bring lunch. Tours by Brian & Clare. Register: brianmaher599@hotmail.com or 705-728-1507

FYIxON guided hike at Cedarvale, Nature Guardians Community Science activity © Melina Damian


To submit your public events for consideration, email Noah Cole at noahc@ontarionature.org. Please send well in advance and allow up to two weeks for posting. 
Events must be submitted by a member group or run jointly with Ontario Nature.