Spring 2008

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spacerIt takes a forest by Victoria Foote
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spacerHarnessing a mighty river; one-of-a-kind paw prints; bean count: a trip to the drive-through; door-to-door with Dennis Martin
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spacerCar sharing is good for you and the environment by Jim MacInnis
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spacerOur new senior director; spotlight on the Guelph Field Naturalists; learning from our nature reserves
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spacerIs local opposition to wind turbines based on concern for wildlife or property values? by Douglas Hunter
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spacerThe Ojibway Prairie Complex is the largest, protected tallgrass habitat left in the province. Now this rare ecosystem and its at-risk species are threatened by a multi-million-dollar bridge project by Lorraine Johnson
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spacerA Volunteer for Nature group explores the otherworldly landscape of Manitoulin Island’s Quarry Bay alvar on one of Ontario Nature’s biggest nature reserves by Graeme Stemp-Morlock
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spacerClose-up photographs reveal the sublime colours and dazzling configurations of one of earth’s oddest life forms by Kevan Berg

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