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Ontario Nature is the voice for nature in Ontario. We are regularly consulted by media for our insight and expertise.

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Wildlife in winter

January 13, 2021

Fall is for the birds

September 17, 2019

To Cut or Conserve?

September 15, 2019

Mandate Unclear

August 26, 2019

Investing In Resiliency

February 13, 2019

Cultural values threatened

September 19, 2018

Turtles and Trauma

July 17, 2017

Frogs on the road

May 17, 2017

Absent targets

March 15, 2017

Sydenham Woods

January 5, 2017

A green champion

March 16, 2016

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Ontario Nature Blog

Protecting Minesing Wetlands’ Biodiversity

Designated as internationally important under the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, the Minesing Wetlands are one of the largest and most diverse in southern Ontario. Located south of Wasaga Beach and west of Barrie, they are made up of over 6,000 hectares of fens, marshes, swamps and bogs. The wetlands filter the water flowing from the Nottawasaga River into Georgian Bay and provide natural flood protection for downstream communities.

Boots on the Ground in Stratford

Stratford is one of the many communities across Ontario struggling with the unwelcome imposition of a Minister’s Zoning Order (MZO) to fast-track development. In Stratford’s case, the MZO is to make way for a glass factory on 175 acres of prime farmland at the edge of the city.

Doing Right by Wetlands

This World Wetlands Day, let’s take a moment to reflect on our relationships with wetlands, how they contribute to our health and well-being, and how we might reciprocate, with gratitude.

Where Industrial Logging Protects Wildlife, Workers and Indigenous Rights

It’s October 2017. I’m in Vancouver, British Colombia for Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) International’s General...

ON Nature Magazine

The Big Thaw: The permafrost ecosystem in Ontario's far north is at a tipping point, threatening not only wildlife habitat but local communities and global climate. What can be done to slow the melting?

Youth Circle for
Mother Earth

A cross cultural network of young Indigenous and non-Indigenous environmental leaders to become lifelong ambassadors for nature. Supported in part by OPG.

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