This area spans from Lake Couchiching to Georgian Bay, taking in many important waterways and protected areas.
The Land Between is an ecotone – an area of transition between the Canadian Shield and the St. Lawrence Lowlands stretching across south-central Ontario from Georgian Bay to Kingston. It holds astounding biodiversity, with shield and lowland species converging. Small lakes and wetlands between dry, open granite ridges; a border of limestone plains; and patches of cool shaded forest – these are the patterns of this unique ecosystem, which begins in the north-east section of the area covered by The Couchiching Conservancy. The Conservancy was a founding member of a collaborative which has worked to raise knowledge and awareness about this unique area of the province. Most recently, The Land Between became a stand-alone organization dedicated to promoting conservation, education and research in the ecotone.
Nature Reserves (NR) in this Area:
- Severn Woodlands NR
- Roehl Wetland NR
- Agnew NR
- Fawcett NR
- Butler Wetland NR