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© Lora Denis
October 6, 2021–Grant Linney
Climate Change•Guest Blogger•Ontario Nature
© BlueRidgeKitties CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Late last month, I returned from six restorative days of canoeing in Killarney Provincial Park amidst fall colours, good weather and close friends. It reminded me of an Indigenous distinction ...
April 15, 2020–Ontario Nature Staff
Conservation News•Indigenous Relations•Protected Places
© Noah Cole
“When we talk about nature-based solutions in the modern context, we’re really talking about new ways of doing old things. Indigenous knowledge systems tell us that we must put nature ...
May 3, 2019–Lisa Richardson
Conservation News•Ontario Nature•Species at Risk
The provincial government’s proposed omnibus bill makes Ontario a very worrisome place to be. Funding for flood mitigation across the province is disappearing and a critical tree-planting program will soon ...
June 20, 2017–Anne Bell
Ontario Nature•Protected Places
Pinery © Christopher Woo CC BY 2.0
In 2010, Canada and the parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity committed to protecting at least 17 per cent of the world’s lands and inland waters by 2020. With ...
March 21, 2017–Stephanie Muckle
Oak trees in High Park © Felipe Villegas
I’ve always been enchanted by forests: the delicate understory flowers, the smell of decomposing wood, the sound of leaves blowing in the wind—it’s magical! As a child I spent hours ...
© Bill Lishman