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Ontario Nature’s 87th Annual Gathering

Join us for a weekend reunion in Prince Edward County to celebrate 87 incredible years of protecting wild species and wild spaces in Ontario.

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Answer the call of the wild when you are most needed. As an Advocate for Nature, we’ll provide you with opportunities to raise your voice for Ontario’s wild species and wild spaces.

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Confessions of a ‘morainiac’: Protecting water resources across the Greater Golden Horseshoe

I confess to being a morainiac, so I am thrilled that moraines are one of...

Protecting Ontario’s native pollinators where you live

Ontario’s native pollinators are critical to ensuring effective plant reproduction and maintaining healthy, thriving ecosystems....

When nature goes silent: The impact of habitat loss in Ontario

Sometimes it can be difficult to pinpoint habitat loss. Often we can hear the difference....

Provinces haven’t stopped boreal caribou’s decline, federal report confirms

On October 31, 2017, Environment Canada released its long-awaited report summarizing the implementation progress of...

A Weekend in the County

Our Annual Gathering provides an opportunity to celebrate shared conservation successes, reflect on the past year and discuss the vision for the year ahead.

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ON Nature magazine is an award-winning quarterly that brings readers closer to nature by exploring wild spaces, profiling wild species and providing insight on pressing environmental issues.

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