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The @InvSp & @NPCA_Ontario are removing aggressive invasive European Water Chestnut detected in the Welland River. Report observations in other Niagara waterways or join a paddle tour to help the Rapid Response Program. Learn more:
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Tonight! The @NPCA_Ontario is hosting an Information at 6 p.m. to share an update on the status of the Floodplain Mapping project for Beaver Creek and Big Forks Creek. For more information, visit….
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What is a #pollinator garden? 🌻🐝🌿🦋 A pollinator garden is designed to contain plants to provide food/shelter to animals (bees, birds, butterflies, moths, wasps, bats & small mammals) that pollinate plants that support the local ecosystem and food…bMop6
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On June 28th, the @NiagaraRegion will be hosting the Niagara Climate Change Summit in partnership with Brock and the @NPCA_Ontario. The summit will be open to to the public to attend virtually from 9am-12pm! Learn more about the event and registration:
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DYK - Many populations are at an increased risk to health effects of natural hazards. @GovCanHealth #ChangingClimate
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Happy Father’s Day to All Dads! 🥾🌲👨‍👧👨‍👩‍👧‍👦#FathersDay…o/z5ZOBJqU0c
SSEA is co-hosting ‘2022 Lake Huron Georgian Bay Community Watershed Actions’ on Thursday June 16th 1-5:30p.m! Meet empowering groups working with communities around #LakeHuron and #GeorgianBay! To register for this free event, follow the Eventbrite link:…
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DYK - Ancient corn pollen was found deep in the sediment of Crawford Lake (meromictic lake). The presence of 🌽meant settlements, and thus this began the research, which concluded, that#FirstNationss groups settled in this area over 600 years…L
Ospreys are large birds of prey that migrate to Canada in the summer to breed. They live on all continents except Australia and Antarctica, and can be distinguished by their head, torso, and dark brown wings! #SpeciesOfTheMonth #QC75
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Protect yourself and the wildlife that calls Conservation Areas home. Don't approach & always stay a safe distance away. 🦌🦊🦉 Visit the *NEW* Ontario Conservation Areas website for more…1#StepIntoNatureu#HealthyHikesk#ForTheLoveOfParksrc17
⚠️Please SLOW down for wildlife⚠️ Turtles are actively laying their eggs right now - many along the sides of roads and trails. Slowing down through wild spaces can also give you a chance to better appreciate the nature just outside your window. 📌 Terra Cotta Conservation AreaT
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Week 2 of our Recreation & Parks Month Friday Feature: Palmerston-Canonto Conservation Area in North Frontenac! Featuring several kilometres of trails and a public beach, it’s the perfect day trip destination. Learn more:… #getoutside #nature
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DYK - Some plants that you typically find in your gardens can be invasive in Ontario! Learn more and find out some native alternatives with @oninvasives' #GrowMeInstead pamphlet!
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Happening today at Area 8 (Kelso Quarry)! 🏳️‍🌈…9Ue
Marble Rock Conservation Area has become a popular site for those seeking a little heft and height with their hiking adventure.
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Celebrate Canadian Environment Week 2022: Learn about the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence River 🌊💧 VIEW OUR NEW STORY MAP: Your Watersheds, Our Great Read our
More than 300 Conservation Areas waiting to be explored! 🌲🥾☀️ Find a Conservation Area…n0V First-time…1ddk
We’re proud to announce the launch 🎉 of our new website, which is filled with resources and features to help you plan out your next adventure.🏕️ 🥾 Use our map to find a conservation area today.ontarioconservationareas.caiU#conservationareasr#Ontarioa#Canadan#naturet#outdoorfunr9DLs
Happy #WorldEnvironmentDay Ontario’s 36 Conservation Authorities own & protect a total of 150K hectares. This includes forests, wetlands, areas of natural & scientific interest, recreational lands, natural heritage & cultural sites, as well as, land for flood & erosion control.
Just posted a photo @ Ken Reid Conservation Area…
Just posted a photo @ Island Lake Conservation Area…
Happy #InternationalTrailsDay! 💚🌲🥾☀️ Something new is coming!#StepIntoNaturet#HealthyHikesiFz6P
Whether you walk, run, or bike, this day was made to celebrate our trails and the healthy lifestyle they encourage! 🥾 Big 💛 t@ParksCanadad@ontrailsl@conontnt@NCC_CNCNC who build & maintain our trails! What are your fav trails on the Canadian Shield? #InternationalTrailsDayDj1k
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We're pleased to work with the great team @IBAOntario to create a course on natural hazards management in Ontario. This will help brokers know more about the risks and responsibilities of Conservation Authorities around #flooding. #NaturalChampions…
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#ICYMI Watch our 2021 @ADLatornell webinar, Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas: What does that mean and What could that look like. #NIHM2022 #IPCA #DiversityandInclusion…
Do you have any large wood debris on your property from the recent storm? We want to use it to create a new ecosystem at one of our parks! 🌳🌳 If you are interested, please complete the form, and we will contact you with the drop-off location in
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Have Hazardous Waste? Drop It Off at the Depot! Leftover paint, grease and other chemicals can pollute our drinking water. So don’t pour them down the drain! Take them to your local drop-off depot for safe disposal #SourceWaterON @ONenvironment
GREENSPACES & BIODIVERSITY: Conserving biodiversity is a public health imperative. Ensuring there is lots of diversity in nature is very important, not just for healthy watersheds but also because biodiversity is closely connected to our well-being.🌲🐝🚵‍
Biodiversity helps us to adapt to #climatechange impacts and protects drinking water sources. This is why we need to not only react to threats to #biodiversity but also to prevent its further deterioration. Discussion Paper:
See our Benefits of Nature graphic: Discussion Paper: #ConservationMatters
THE GREAT OUTDOORS: Ontarians are flocking to local Conservation Areas. Conservation Authorities need investments in conservation lands to ensure they're safe and sustainable for visitors. 🌲�
THE NATURE OF SCIENCE: Conservation Authorities need investments in watershed studies, technical updates, & new tools in order to keep building our local knowledge about Ontario’s environment. Discussion Paper: #ConservationMatters
Fact #13 Since 1985, Quinte Conservation and other partners through the Bay of Quinte Remedial Action Plan (@BQRAP) have been working hard on environmental challenges towards rehabilitation of the Bay of Quinte! #75Facts #QC75 #QCTurns75 #BQRAP
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#DYK? The #GreatLakes watershed is one of the world’s most diverse with over 3500 types of plants and #animals and 250 species of #fish!…
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NATURE'S WAY: A healthy environment is important for a sustainable economy. Re-imagine the value of nature to understand how it helps us to be more resilient – environmentally, economically, and for our own health and well-being. #ConservationMatters🌲�Za
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