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January 11, 2024–Kellsie Bonnyman
Conservation News•Indigenous Relations•Invasive Species•Stewardship and restoration
Phragmites removal © Lambton Shores Phragmites Community Group
After a decade-long run, Ontario is making some timely adjustments to the provincial Invasive Species Strategic Plan (2012). To guide updates to the plan, the government invited the public to ...
August 18, 2022–Sarah Hasenack
Spring peeper © Dave Huth CC BY-NC 2.0
I invite you to envision a woven tapestry waving in the wind. Each thread contributes a small piece to the myriad of unique patterns coming together to form a much ...
January 21, 2021–Anne Bell
Wabakimi Provincial Park © Kieran McMullen
Since 2010, protected areas advocates have focused on the United Nations target of protecting at least 17 percent of our lands and inland waters, and 10 percent of our marine ...
October 30, 2020–Ontario Nature Staff
Climate Change•Habitat•Land-use planning•Protected Places
Obabika River Provincial Park, old growth forest © Noah Cole
On September 28th, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Canada’s commitment to protect 25 percent of our lands and waters by 2025, and 30 percent by 2030. Here’s why these new targets matter and a look at progress to date: Marked ...
Please oppose the relentless drive to prioritize profits over environmental protection.
short-eared owl © JanetandPhil CC BY-NC-ND 2.0