Jack in the Pulpit and Fawn Lily

Our monthly e-newsletter is jammed packed of information to keep you engaged in protecting nature. Upcoming events, wild places to visit, information on species and how to help are a few topics we cover.

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Past E-newsletters


March ~ news about changes due to COVID-19

February ~ Information on the Annual General Meeting including pre-reading materials

January ~ Volunteer opportunities and Nature Counts event


November ~ news on the Pitts & Milligan property being protected, a Supporter Spotlight on David Cowl, Frosty Festivities, upcoming events and more

October ~ an update on the Black River Wildlands Campaign, info on Nature Counts – a volunteer event, Wine Club order and Four Spooky Species Facts

September ~ announcement of Canadian Museum of Nature award, news of the Black River Wildlands Corridor Campaign, featured Notes from the Field and a quiz on The Most Effective Ways to Curb Climate Change

August ~ announcement of the Black River Wildlands Campaign, BluMoose event info, Supporter Spotlight on Robert and Katie (who got engaged at one of the Nature Reserves!)

July ~ Next Steps for the 2020-2025 Strategic Plan, Upcoming Passport to Nature Events, Notes from the Field, A 7 Year Old who Stepped Up to Protect Snake Habitat and more

June ~ Volunteers receive award, Supporter Spotlight, a feature on young people who are inspiring us and more

May ~ Results of the 15th annual Carden Challenge, featured Notes from the Field, new Summer Staff and upcoming events

April ~ Results of an Earth Day clean-up, Supporter Strategic Planning Survey, Carden Challenge news, Nature Reserve feature

March ~ A re-cap of the Annual General Meeting, upcoming events and more

February ~ Annual General Meeting pre-reading materials



December ~ Legacy Landscapes, 17% Pledge Update, Monthly Giving Challenge and more

October ~ 25th anniversary, Legacy Landscapes art exhibit, Wine Club and Passport to Nature

September ~ Property dedication, Legacy Landscapes art exhibit, Order of Orillia, Passport to Nature & more

August ~ upcoming Nature Reserve opening & dedication, a Supporter Spotlight on Harry Hall, the 25th anniversary, how to help with invasive species in Carden, & more

July ~ Save the date for the opening of a Nature Reserve, a Supporter Spotlight on Paul Middaugh, articles from Mark Bisset and David Hawke, plus featured Passport to Nature events

June ~ News on upcoming events, information on a proposed development on the Carden Alvar, a recap of the Carden Challenge and featured Notes from the Field

May ~ Passport to Nature events, Species at Risk in our region, Wine Club order, featured Notes from the Field and more!

April ~ Passport to Nature launch, information on upcoming events, how to contribute to updating our Natural Heritage Strategy, Carden Challenge and Walk Wylie

March ~ the naming of our newest (and largest) Nature Reserve, a re-cap of the Annual General Meeting, how to help count species in our region and more

February ~ pre-reading package for the Annual General Meeting, announcement of the 730 acre property acquisition, membership information

January ~ Volunteer activities, New Reptile & Amphibian Monitoring Program, upcoming Volunteer Training