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Summer 2022

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5 | This Issue We Reap What We Sow. By Caroline Schultz 6 | Earth Watch Gananoque Lake Nature Reserve biodiversity Valuing wetland benefits including water quality A call for stewards at the Wilfred G. Crozier Nature Reserve Black ash species at risk The truth about the housing crisis Making urban nature count, near-urban nature […]

Birchbark Canoe Building

traditional birchbark canoes on the water Neebing, Ontario

After reading your interesting article about birchbark canoe building, The Art of the Craft, I thought that others would like to see, in practice, how it was done. Apparently, César Newashish, in 1971, was one of the few people practicing the art. This documentary shows how a canoe is built the old way. César Newashish, […]

Winter 2021

5 | This Issue A winter interlude. By Caroline Schultz 7 | Earth Watch Documenting Ontario’s Breeding Birds The Annual Rite of Urban Salmon Migration Video Project Highlights Conservation Maya Davidson: Featured Photographer Outdoor Education Forest Wilderness on Toronto’s Doorstep Environmental Deregulation Has a Face Natural Solutions to Preserving the Climate 38 | Last Word […]

Spring 2021

ON Nature magazine Table of Contents Spring 2021

38 | Last Word Ontario’s “Zombie Highway” (Highway 413) is Back. By Tim Gray 36 | Our Community   Voices of Ontario Nature members. By Chris Robinson, Ann Atkinson and Spencer Burton 35 |Our Member Groups  Fighting for Lake Simcoe. By Lisa Richardson ON Nature magazine is an award-winning quarterly that brings readers closer to nature […]

ON Nature Magazine Spring 2020

DEPARTMENTS 5 | This Issue The path forward.By Caroline Schultz 7 | Earth Watch Mushroom workshops, Fighting phragmites, A new breeding bird atlas, Protecting the Holland Marsh And more… 38 | Last Word Where is the political will to protect habitat? By Julee Boan and Rachel Plotkin 37 | Our Community   Citizens save a wetland. […]