Current Issue — Summer 2020
A Healing Harvest – Summer 2020
Could farming help stem climate change? Practitioners of regenerative agriculture are putting the science to the test — and reaping the rewards.
An Ontario couple is trekking across Canada to inspire others on outdoor adventures. This summer, Ontario is theirs to discover.
The spread of invasive goldfish is threatening Ontario’s lake habitat and squeezing out native fish. Can these abandoned family pets be kept from running wild?
ON Nature magazine is an award-winning quarterly that brings readers closer to nature by exploring Ontario’s natural species and spaces, and providing insight on pressing conservation issues.
ON Nature’s contributors include award-winning journalists and photographers and experienced conservationists. The magazine is published by the one of the province’s leading environmental organizations, Ontario Nature.
Read more about ON Nature magazine.
Ontario Nature recognizes excellence by honouring the work of individuals, groups, government agencies and corporations to protect wild species and wild spaces. This year, the awards celebrated 10 inspirational and industrious winners.
Please join us in congratulating and thanking the recipients for their vital contributions to nature conservation.
Ontario’s Bats – Summer 2006
As the only flying mammals in the world bats make an impressive claim to fame. Eight species of these nocturnal creatures live in Ontario.
Root of Temptation – Summer 2018
Once Canada’s second-biggest export, wild American ginseng is increasingly rare today as poachers track it down for its valuable root. So why are conservation measures lagging?
2019 National Magazine Awards, Finalist for Short Feature Writing
The Cutting Edge – Spring 2016
When it comes to grassland birds, farmers are the greatest hope for their preservation. Here’s how some enterprising growers are combining nature protection with making a living.
2017 National Magazine Awards, Silver for Short Feature Writing
Blinded By the Light – Summer 2017
Artificial light is a pollutant, affecting habitat and health of all plants and creatures – including humans. Why the night must be brought back.
2018 National Magazine Awards, Finalist for Short Feature Writing