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© Lora Denis
May 12, 2022–Lena Milton
Conservation News•Reduce Your Footprint
Single-use plastics—such as straws, plastic bags, and bottles—are meant to be used once and then immediately discarded. Many of us are already aware of the issue, as images of freshwater ...
March 3, 2022–Kat Lucas
Conservation Authorities•Guest Blogger•Stewardship and restoration•Water•Wild Species
Redside dace © Jon Clayton
What’s black and white and red all over? OK, maybe just red on its sides?The redside dace (Clinostomus elongatus)! The redside dace is one of approximately 150 species of fish ...
July 16, 2021–Margaret Prophet
Greenbelt and Greenway•Land-use planning•Water•Wetlands•Wild Species and Habitat
Holland Marsh © Samantha Cava
The former mayor of Toronto, David Crombie, once gave me invaluable insight about how we view nature. He said, “We look at green spaces and nature as places with potential. ...
May 6, 2021–Melina Damian
Birds•Habitat•Reduce Your Footprint•Wild Species
Display of 80 anthropogenic debris pieces found in a single nest © Melina Damian
When you think of a bird’s nest, what’s the first image that comes to mind? Probably a bunch of sticks and leaves bundled together – right? Unfortunately, for birds that ...
February 24, 2021–Anne Bell
Indigenous Relations•Land-use planning•Stewardship and restoration•Water•Wetlands•Wild Species and Habitat
Lake Simcoe © Nico CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
The Lake Simcoe Protection Plan is now up for its required 10-year review. The question is whether the provincial government will take this opportunity to strengthen or weaken the plan ...
Short-eared owl © Scott Fairbairn