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Oak Ridges Moraine © Isabel Veldhuis

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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Unethical owl photography

The welfare and well-being of Ontario’s owls is no laughing matter. With downward-trending owl populations due...

We’re not going anywhere

I’ve been working to protect boreal caribou and their habitat for nearly 20 years. I’ve...

A decade of biodiversity

The United Nations declared 2011-2020 the International Decade of Biodiversity to both celebrate the richness...

Climate Emergency: Why Renewable Energy Is More Important Than Ever

On December 4th, Ontario’s Auditor General, reported that the provincial government’s climate plan was not...


A Brief History of Climate Change - Lecture, Ingersoll, January 30 2020

Youth Circle for Mother Earth

Our new project created to support and nurture a cross cultural network of young Indigenous and non-Indigenous environmental leaders to become lifelong ambassadors for nature and conservation.

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