Author Archives: CouchConserv

Fall 2019 Notes from the Field

Regular updates from our staff and volunteers working in the field.

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November 13, Presentation by Cameron Curran

Join in to take a virtual tour of the Carden Alvar with Cameron Curran in partnership with the Carden Field Naturalists.

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Facts about Halloween’s Four Spooky Species

The caw of the crow, the flight of a bat, and the shadow of a spider all become a bit more spooky this time of year. Read some interesting facts about four spooky species here.

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Nature Counts: Celebrating Volunteers & Conservation

Nature Counts is an annual event to report back on the results of our Citizen Science Stewardship Program and Ambassador Program. The event will be held Sunday November 17th from Noon to 4 pm at the St. Paul’s Centre.

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Protect. Restore. Fund.

How to protect, restore and fund with The Couchiching Conservancy.

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2019 Nature Inspiration Awards take place Nov 13!

The Couchiching Conservancy has been named a finalist for a prestigious national award. The Canadian Museum of Nature, Canada’s national museum of natural history and natural sciences, has announced 22 finalists for its 2019 Nature Inspiration Awards. The achievements of the finalists and the announcement of the winners will be celebrated November 13 at a gala hosted by the museum.

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5 Exciting Things to Do this Fall

Fall is such a beautiful time of the year, but it’s only here for a short amount of time! Here are 5 ways you can make the most of out fall.

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Identifying priority lands for protection in Simcoe County

A guest blog post from our colleagues at Rescue Lake Simcoe Coalition.

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Supporter Spotlight: Katie Paveley & Robert Vella

Learn about supporters Katie and Robert. The places we help protect hold a special place in their lives – they got engaged at Alexander Hope Smith Nature Reserve!

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Become a Land Trust Leader and Support Conservation

Join a special group of people dedicated to protecting Ontario’s irreplaceable wilderness.

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