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December 8, 2022–Sarah Hasenack
Highway 400 expansion site © Noah Cole
Despite widespread recognition of the vital benefits provided by Ontario’s diverse natural areas, they continue to be threatened by development pressures. These threats will be exacerbated with the recent passing ...
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 ...
June 2, 2022–Guest blogger
Protecting wetlands is essential in the fight against the dual crises of climate change and biodiversity loss. Nearly 75% of southern Ontario’s wetlands have been destroyed, and remaining wetlands continue ...
October 25, 2018–Guest blogger
Youth Summit, Canoeing © Daynan Lepore
This blog was submitted by the Quinte Field Naturalists (QFN) who are a member of our Nature Network. Our Nature Network consists of more than 150 local conservation groups who ...
August 3, 2017–Anne Bell
Pickerel weed wetland © Rusty Clark; CC BY 2.0
On July 20th, the Government of Ontario released, A Wetland Conservation Strategy for Ontario, 2017 – 2030, setting the stage for an all-hands-on-deck approach to reversing the ongoing trend of ...