Monthly Archives: February 2016

Thanks Dufferin Aggregates & Carden Field Naturalists

Carden Quarry supports the Passport to Nature

Support from environmentally conscious businesses makes the Passport to Nature possible.

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A team effort; The Fawcett and Agnew property team

Agnew team walk

Looking after the dozens of protected properties managed by the Conservancy is an arduous and time-consuming task. So the properties have volunteer teams who take on the job of monitoring them on a regular basis.

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EVENTS: Carden Challenge & Walk Wylie

Wolf Run Alvar

Carden Challenge & Walk Wylie are your chance to explore a globally rare eco-system! Raise funds to support our conservation efforts, get a team together and have fun.

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It’s time to share our Watermark Stories

Tanya Clark playing in the Black River

The Watermark Project (www.watermarkproject.ca) is a way to collect and archive stories from people around the world and showcase how important water is to our lives. Read Tanya’s Watermark about her time on the Black River.

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Volunteers recognized for their efforts

2016 Annual General Meeting - Water Quality Team

Five volunteers were recognized at the Annual General Meeting for their outstanding volunteer efforts over the years.

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The early bird gets the worm – Plan that trip now

Catbird. Photo by David Homer.

Ontario offers equally exciting birding hot spots as well: Point Pelee National Park, Presqu’ile and Rondeau Provincial Parks and many others. And then, there are places with great rewards close to home. The Carden Alvar is now known throughout the World as a special place for grassland birds in particular, but Carden also boasts numerous wood warblers and other species

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Thanks! Annual General Meeting a hit

2016 Annual General Meeting - Water Quality Team

Our thanks to all who attended our AGM. It was so wonderful to see everyone again and re-connect. Read the documents we shared and see pictures from the event.

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Youth Volunteers making a difference in the community

Students stand by the Grant's Woods sign

Calling all nature lovers under the age of ~20…we need your help to care for thousands of acres of land in the region! Youth Volunteers play an important role in our work by giving their time towards protecting properties, assisting with projects and more. Read on nature lovers!

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