Author Archives: CouchConserv

15th Annual Carden Challenge

Details on the 15th Annual Carden Challenge!

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In Memory of Angela Rehhorn

Angela Rehhorn was a passionate and committed conservationist who left us far too soon.

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Community steps up for land conservation

A re-cap of our Annual General Meeting

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Citizen Science Training Happening Now

As we inch closer to the spring field season, citizen science volunteers are currently getting the training they need for their chosen monitoring discipline. After recruiting through January and early February, training courses began February 10th and will continue until early May. For the most part, these courses happen indoors…in a nice warm classroom.

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Annual General Meeting ~ Saturday, March 2

We hope to see you on Saturday, March 2 for our Annual General Meeting. We are pleased to have Janet Sumner, of CPAWS, join us for the meeting.

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Now Recruiting for 2019 Volunteer Opportunities

We have another exciting lineup of volunteer opportunities for 2019. If you’re already part of the team, we’re offering new courses to enhance your naturalist skills.

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Species on the Brink: Lunch and Learn Event Jan 22nd

What is involved in working to save a Species at Risk? How does one decide what species to work on? Volunteers and members are invited to attend

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Power the local land trust movement every month

Read a letter from Janet Grand and Ron Reid, on some of the challenges faced by The Couchiching Conservancy, and how you can help.

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Notes From The Field – Fall 2018

On Sunday December 2nd from 1:30 to 4 pm, we’re going to take over the basement of the St. Paul’s Centre and hold an event for all of our monitoring teams

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Legacy Landscapes – closes on March 24th

To celebrate 25 years of land conservation, The Couchiching Conservancy is presenting “Legacy Landscapes”, an art exhibition highlighting the natural beauty of our unique properties.

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