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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 ...

Effects of parasites on host dispersal

Ramsay Wright Laboratories 25 Harbord Street, Toronto

Your invitation to the next meeting of the Brodie Club Ramsay Wright Laboratories 25 Harbord Street, Rm 432 Professor Celina Baines, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Dept., U of T will speak on “Effects of parasites on host dispersal” The Brodie Club, an institution at UofT for 100 years, consists of academics, naturalists, government biologists and students. Meetings ...

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 ...

MarshWatch webinars

Welcome to MarshWatch! MarshWatch is a new pilot program focused on wetland birds and amphibians for beginners. Virtual webinars along with self-guided activities slowly build your identification skills without getting overwhelmed. The ultimate goal is to give you the skills to confidently submit a checklist of birds from a visit to a wetland of your ...

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 ...

Tiny Marsh Waterfowl Viewing Day

Tiny Marsh Provincial Wildlife Area 500 Tiny Flos Townline, Elmvale, Ontario

MTM Conservation Association, in partnership with the Midland-Penetanguishene Field Naturalists, is hosting its annual Waterfowl Day on Saturday April 13th, 10:00 am on the Trotter Dyke. Knowledgeable birders with spotter scopes will be available to help you identify the multitude of ducks, geese and swans that use the wetland as a stopover or nesting location. ...

Youth Program: Release the Wild

Grant's Woods 1485 Division Road West, Orillia, Ontario, Canada

When: April 14, 11:00-4:30 Where: Grant’s Wood Nature Preserve Who: Couchiching Conservancy Register here or email Alysha@couchconservancy.ca.

It’s getting hot in here: Climate change impacts on fish in the Grand River

Ramsay Wright Laboratories 25 Harbord Street, Toronto

Invitation to meetings of the Brodie Club; please join us as a guest of the club Professor Paul Craig, University of Waterloo It’s getting hot in here: Climate change impacts on fish in the Grand River The Brodie Club, an institution at UofT for 100 years, consists of academics, naturalists, government biologists, and some students. Meetings ...

It’s getting hot in here: Climate change impacts on fish in the Grand River – Brodie Club

Ramsay Wright Laboratories 25 Harbord Street, Toronto

Your invitation to the next meeting of the Brodie Club   Professor Paul Craig, University of Waterloo The Brodie Club, an institution at UofT for 100 years, consists of academics, naturalists, government biologists and students. Meetings are usually held on the third Tuesday of each month during the academic year, at 7:30 p.m. in Room ...

Caledon Under Threat ~ An Emergency Citizens’ Forum

St. James Anglican Church Hall 6025 Old Church Rd, Caledon East, Ontario, Canada

Caledon is at a pivotal crossroads, and we firmly believe its residents are on the precipice of losing any say in how the town is planned and governed. Now is the time to take action and that is the purpose of a citizens’ forum which will be held on Wednesday, April 17th at the St. ...

Where The Falcon Flies with author/adventurer Adam Shoalts

Wye Marsh Nature Centre 16160 Highway 12 East, Midland, Ontario

Adam Shoalts is a professional adventurer and Westaway Explorer-in-Residence at the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. His expeditions range from mapping rivers to archaeological projects, but Shoalts is best known for his long solo journeys, including crossing alone nearly 4,000 km of Canada’s Arctic.  Shoalts’s latest adventure was a 3,400 km solo journey from Lake Erie to ...

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


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Events must be submitted by a member group or run jointly with Ontario Nature.