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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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Bill 66: What you need to know

Citizens groups across Ontario are up in arms about Bill 66, introduced in the Legislature...

Our Oaken Life

Our blog this week was written by Mike Badyk, a retired geography and natural history...

Atlas App Hacked

Snapping turtle © Jory Mullen We believe that our Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas App has...

Together, we were a force for nature in 2018

As 2018 draws to a close, we’re reflecting back on some of our accomplishments for...

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