Advocate for Nature
Currently, Ontario Nature has more than 2,300 Advocates for Nature – people who are willing to take that extra step by communicating directly with the government and other decision-makers about the need to protect nature. Ontario Nature's advocates helped with campaigns that led to a conservation plan for the Oak Ridges Moraine and 2.4 million hectares of new parks and protected areas in Ontario.
As an Advocate for Nature, you will receive e-mails about important conservation action alerts when your help is urgently needed. Each alert will include an issue summary and a recommended action.
Some of the urgent issues we are involved in:
- Protection for species at risk
- Parks and other protected areas
- Northern Ontario forests and forestry policy
- Southern Ontario woodland and wetland protection
- Land use and development
Your involvement can make an enormous difference and it's free! Join today by providing your contact information.