Your 2021 Passport to Nature program is here!
Our volunteer committee has been busy meeting over Zoom and planning activities to help you get out in nature and learn about this region. Depending on provincial guidelines related to the pandemic, our 2021-22 program will be a combination of webinars, download & go activities and in-person events.
Passport to Nature Organizing Committee
Thank you to the wonderful people who have dedicated countless hours to making the Passport to Nature a success: Kathy Hunt, Karen Fox, Janet Machan, Jane Ball, Jamie Ross, Joelle Burnie, Tanya Clark and Tom Wilson. A special thank you to Judy-Mitchell Wilson, Nancy Chong, Ginny Moore, Joan Berndt, Sue Deadman and Stefanie Moy-Shuster as well.
Make sure you are receiving our monthly e-newsletter and/or following us on social media for updates. Linked at the bottom of this page.
For your information:
- Registration and sign-up is required for all events and activities
- Once you register for a webinar, you will be emailed a link for Zoom, which you can click at the specific date and time. There is an event reminder email as well.
- Registration for online webinars is available now. There is a maximum of 100 log ins on Zoom. If you need to cancel, please do so through Eventbrite or by emailing Joelle Burnie, email@example.com.
- Registration for tentative in person events are open closer to the event date. The specific date that registration opens is available through the Eventbrite registration page.
- There will be a printed booklet, available early May.
- There are some in person events planned for late summer and afterwards - we are monitoring the pandemic guidelines and will adapt the plans if need be.
- These events are free to take part in thanks to our sponsors - please support them if you are able
- There are some fundraising events organized by other businesses in support of the Conservancy featured in the program as well
- Online webinars will be recorded and posted to our YouTube channel to watch later
Our thanks to the volunteers who coordinate the program, to the people who guide events and to the businesses who sponsor these events!
Passport to Nature Booklet
There will be a printed booklet again this year! Enclosed in this booklet is information on events, the Nature Reserves, ways to get involved and the wonderful sponsors.
All of this information is also available on this page.
The printed booklet will be available early May. We will update this page with locations for pick up. A reminder that our office is not open to the public at this time.
Past Webinar Recordings
To view the full playlist of all webinars, look at the top right of the video below and click the button that looks like a list.
2021 Sponsors who made the program possible!
PASSPORT TO NATURE CANADA
Passports to Nature in Canada is your invitation to experience the marvels of our natural world in communities across Canada. Each passport describes guided events that are open to all and often free. Where in nature will you travel this year?
A special thank you to The Gosling Foundation for inspiring environmental organizations and supporting engagement.
Pelee Buzz: http://peleebuzz.eventbrite.ca
Pelee Island (Lake Erie), Ontario ~ March 22 to mid-December
Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory: www.peptbo.ca/nature-matters.php
Prince Edward County, Ontario ~ April 20 to October 31, 2019
Land Conservancy for Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington: www.LandConservancyKFLA.org
Frontenac and L & A counties south of Highway 7 ~ April 2019 to February 2020
rare Charitable Research Reserve: www.raresites.org
Waterloo Region/Wellington, Ontario ~ April to November, 2019
Thames Talbot Land Trust: www.thamestalbotlandtrust.ca/passport_to_nature
London Ontario and adjoining counties~ April 2019 to February 2020
Wellington Water Watchers ~ 2Rivers Festival: https://www.2riversfestival.org/
Guelph, Ontario ~ May and June 2019
Long Point Basin Land Trust: www.longpointlandtrust.ca
Treks, Tracts and Trees: Explore the Outdoors
Norfolk County, Ontario ~ May to October 2019
Nature Trust of New Brunswick: http://www.naturetrust.nb.ca/wp/
The Land Conservancy of British Columbia: http://conservancy.bc.ca/2019/02/passport-to-nature/