In the Field

The Perilous Life of a Nesting Turtle

Turtle Nesting season is winding down, but there are still some on the move finding nesting sites or going back ...
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Notes From the Field – Summer 2019

photo: Kim Trudeau During a recent Salamander Monitoring visit to Church Woods with Kim Trudeau & family, they encountered two ...
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Notes from the Field – Summer 2019

During a recent Salamander Monitoring visit to Church Woods with Kim Trudeau & family, they encountered two Eastern Red-backed Salamanders ...
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Volunteers receive Freshwater Hero award!

Volunteers Meagan Coughlin & Jamie Ross are veterans of the Conservancy’s Water Quality Monitoring Program Freshwater Future, a cross-border organization ...
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Participants raise $22,000+ for Carden Challenge

That’s a wrap on the 15th annual Carden Challenge. With 34 participants, these nine teams scoured the Carden alvar in ...
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Welcome to our New Summer Staff

Join us in welcoming our three summer staff! Toby Rowland (pictured on the right) began work today as our new ...
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Ambassador Questions: Are there any tax advantages to donating land?

One question asked at the Barrie Garden Show was, “Are there any tax advantages etc to donating land?” What a ...
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Inspiration to protect our environment

Everywhere we look, news on flooding, rise temperatures and climate crisis. It can feel heavy. But people are stepping up ...
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Federal commitment to protect more land & nature

The Government of Canada is providing support for the delivery of a $100M to support the delivery of a four ...
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Notes From The Field – Spring 2019

Kim Trudeau and family discovered the Couchiching Conservancy through time spent at Church Woods.  This winter and spring Kim took our ...
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