We had a banner year for nature in 2015 thanks to the strong support of our members, sponsors, friends and followers. Now we’re looking ahead! Here’s a sneak peak at some of the work planned for 2016.
Running new monitoring projects for wildlife conservation
Working with teams of scientists, partners, and volunteers to build a citizen science directory
Working with Forest Stewardship Council to protect the boreal forest
Galvanizing the Youth Council to develop plans for conservation campaigns and events
Hosting our seventh Youth Summit for Biodiversity
Advocating for a strong pollinator health strategy
Supporting strong legislation to protect wetlands
Standing up for endangered species legislation
Urging the government to act quickly to grow the Greenbelt
Last but not least, this year Ontario Nature is celebrating 85 years of conservation in Ontario!
Celebrations will begin with our Annual Gathering, The Bruce Beckons, to be held in beautiful Red Bay, Ontario.
Stay tuned for more information on the 85 outdoor events that will be held by Ontario Nature member groups across Ontario as part of our anniversary celebrations.
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