Award winners (left to right): Cindy Cohanim of Calstone Inc., Chief Roger Fobister Sr. of Grassy Narrows First Nation, John Barber, Dr. Paul Keddy, Grant Linney, Joan and Jerrold Asling and Todd Salter for the City of Guelph. Noah Cole

Ontario Nature's Conservation Awards

Community involvement defines the character and approach of Ontario Nature. With its member groups and individual members, Ontario Nature has made a significant impact on conservation issues in communities across Ontario and continues to build a natural legacy for future generations.

Ontario Nature's Conservation Awards recognize excellence by honouring individuals, groups, government agencies and corporations who have effectively worked to protect nature in Ontario.

Click here to read about past award winners.

If you know of an individual, group, municipality, media outlet, government agency or corporation that has made an outstanding contribution to conservation in 2015, please nominate them for an Ontario Nature Conservation Award.

Award category descriptions and submission guidelines can be found here, and the nomination form can be found here.

Thank you for submitting your 2015 Conservation Award nominations!

All award winners will be recognized at Ontario Nature’s 85th Annual Gathering at Evergreen Resort on the Bruce Peninsula on June 4, 2016 and will be featured in ON Nature magazine’s fall 2016 issue.

For further information about the awards, please contact Christine Ambre at

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