In the Field

Orillia needs to calculate the high cost of business as usual

Your input is needed on December 1. Imagine Grant’s Woods inside the city limits of Orillia. One of the healthiest ...
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Remembering the Anthropocene

Remembrance Day holds a great deal of gravity for me. I know the stories of my grandfathers, great grandfathers and ...
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Doing more for nature

Little did we know when my wife Charon and I relocated to the Couchiching area that there were so many ...
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Notes from the Field: Fall 2021

Participants in the Wetlands, Reptiles & Amphibians bioblitz, and a Beautiful Lake (photos: Dorthea Hangaard) The first Indigenous-Led Bioblitz focusing ...
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Virtual Unveiling & Tour of the Taylor Reserve

In July of 2020, The Couchiching Conservancy celebrated another conservation success:   Protection of 175 acres 14km east of Washago on ...
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Job Posting: Engagement Organizer

We are hiring an Engagement Organizer, to start as soon as possible. Download the Job Posting here. Please send your ...
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Wishing Joelle well on her new adventure

It is with mixed emotions that we announce The Couchiching Conservancy’s Engagement Organizer Joelle Burnie is heading off on a ...
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Re-defining Ecological Perspectives: An Indigenous-Led Bioblitz.

Join Gary Pritchard of Curve Lake First Nation and principal consultant, 4 Directions of Conservation. On the shores of the ...
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In Praise of Small

If there was one Couchiching Conservancy trail that could be considered micro – it would be the Periwinkle trail. It ...
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Supporter Spotlight: The Ling & Frenette-Ling Family

This month’s Supporter Spotlight is on the Ling & Frenette-Ling family – Philip & Linda, and Tristan, Coral, Desmond, and ...
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