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Stewardship initiatives on private land are important for creating Greenways in southern and eastern Ontario, where most of the land is privately owned. Through the Greenway Program, Ontario Nature brings together community members, farmers, conservationists, industry and government agencies to restore and enhance wildlife habitats, and to create connecting corridors of natural cover to enable plant and animal movement.

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As an Advocate for Nature, we’ll provide you with opportunities to speak up when nature needs you most.

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Five ways to connect with nature while stuck inside during COVID-19

If there is one thing the COVID-19 virus outbreak has taught us, it is that...

Protecting Ontario

Marked on the map above are natural areas in Ontario that call out for protection....

Finding Japanese chaff-flower: an unwanted addition to our flora

While strolling through the deciduous forest in September 2018, I looked down when a strange...

What conservation authorities mean to me

It’s one of those mornings when I really love my job. Our staff have gathered...

ON Nature Magazine

A Tree Woven Through Culture

The steady decline of black ash is exacting a heavy price.

Youth Circle for
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A cross cultural network of young Indigenous and non-Indigenous environmental leaders to become lifelong ambassadors for nature.

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