5 | This Issue
Conservation in an era of climate change.
By Caroline Schultz
A community science project shows that gray foxes are successfully adapting to the harsh climate of the province’s north.
By Julia Zarankin
Climate is warming and nature reserve managers are feeling the heat. What happens to conservation plans when the species and habitats targeted for protection are no longer there?
By Conor Mihell
American ginseng’s unwarranted downgrading from endangered to threatened signals a worrisome trend for at-risk species.
By Ian Coutts
35 | Our Member Groups
Five Groups Join the Nature Network
By Lesley Rudy
36 | Our Community
Ontario Nature Conservation Award Recipients Honoured
By Lisa Martell
38 | Last Word
The Not-So-Green Side of Green Tech.
By Corina Brdar
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