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Report Shows Significant Decline For Some Bird Populations In Canada While...

Conservation efforts have led to increased geese and duck populations while shorebirds, grassland birds and aerial insectivores experience serious decline, according to the second...

Severn Bridge School To Plant Butterfly-Friendly Garden

K.P. Manson Public School is planting a butterfly-friendly garden on their school grounds with the help of Laura Thomas of Hidden Habitat at noon...

Federal Government Announces Funding For Forests Ontario’s 50 Million Tree Program...

The Government of Canada intends to invest up to $15 million over four years to support Forests Ontario’s 50 Million Tree Program, according to...

Environment Minister Announces Funding For “Impede the Reed” Conservation Project In...

Catherine McKenna, minister of Environment and Climate Change and minister responsible for Parks Canada, announced funding for the “Impede the Reed” conservation program, which...

ASHMuskoka Ash Drive Taking Place In Bracebridge On June 1

Locals are invited to bring wood ash to the Rosewarne Landfill site in Bracebridge for an ash drive on June 1 from 9 a.m....

Concern Rises Over Illegal Dumping And Littering In Muskoka

As the last of the snow leaves Muskoka, residents are encountering problems not just with the annual flooding but also with another springtime issue:...

Georgian Bay Land Trust And Canada Nature Fund Announce Protection For...

The Canada Nature Fund and the Georgian Bay Land Trust announced the completion of a conservation easement agreement to protect 5,400 acres of wilderness...

American Bumblebee Facing Extinction In Canada According To York University Study

The American Bumblebee is facing imminent extinction in Canada, according to a study led by York University published in the Journal of Insect Conservation...

Bird Studies Canada Looks For Volunteers To Participate In Canadian Lakes...

Bird Studies Canada is looking for more volunteers to help survey the Common Loon across Canada. Volunteers do not need experience to observe and report...

Study Shows Wood Ash Recycling Could Help Muskoka’s Soil And Lakes

A residential wood ash recycling program could restore calcium levels in Muskoka’s soil and lakes to help replenish crayfish and maple sap in the...