In the Field

185 acres protected within the Black River Wildlands!

Stickleback Stream monitoring site at the Pitts and Milligan property

Learn about our acquisition and stewardship campaign to protect areas of the Black River Wildlands Corridor

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Passport to Nature – free events all year long

2019 Passport to Nature promo

Get ready for the 5th annual Passport to Nature program – bringing you guided events and activities all year long!

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The Ripple Effect of an Environmental Champion

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

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At Home with The Couchiching Conservancy

Since everyone will have a bit more time on their hands, we thought we’d expand the “Staff Picks” list and share what staff are reading, watching, and listening to at home.

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Our Latest Updates in these Uncharted Times

Staff

Out of an abundance of caution and concern for staff, volunteers and supporters, The Couchiching Conservancy office is temporarily closed. Staff and volunteers are continuing to work from home. Staff can be reached by email and phone, and messages will be monitored, so please continue to use our regular business telephone #: 705-326-1620. Staff will also continue to answer email as usual.

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Nature Rising – 260+ attend Annual General Meeting

A re-cap of our Annual General Meeting

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More Green Makes Better Blue

The Couchiching Conservancy and the Rescue Lake Simcoe Coalition are teaming up to explore how and why protecting green spaces is good for water quality.

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Monthly Villager Feature: Building Resilience

The resilience The Couchiching Conservancy’s work provides for our region, gives us hope for the future. Welcome to 2020. The year we turn things around.

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Annual General Meeting, March 7th

Board members at Annual Meeting

Join us for our Annual General Meeting to learn about the impact of your donations and volunteer efforts. A great opportunity to meet people who care for of local environment.

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Notes from the Field – Winter 2019 – 2020

Brief notes and photos on outdoor activities submitted by volunteers and staff.

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Holiday Wishes from The Couchiching Conservancy

Snowman Selfie

Holiday Wishes from The Couchiching Conservancy

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Five Fun Frosty Festivities You Can Do This Season

Winter is on it’s way, and to help you prepare we have five fun frosty festivities (say that five times fast) you can do.

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Fall 2019 Notes from the Field

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

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