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Fall 2020

DEPARTMENTS 5 | This Issue The case for protected places.By Caroline Schultz 7 | Earth Watch Youth Summit goes virtual, Bog at risk, Land-use policy news, Photo contest winners And more… 38 | Last Word Restoring Nature’s Health Post-COVID By Victor Doyle 37 | Our Community   Awards Celebrate Nature Heroes By Anna Dipple 36 |Our […]

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1995

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1995

DEPARTMENTS 7 | Earth Watch Lead shot banned for waterfowl hunting; can Quetico’s wilderness survive?; forest management; Temagami: five lost years; the Morris Tract: a jewel in our midst. 27 | Birder’s Notebook Were they just quiet today? By Ted Cheskey 35 | Insider New structure for FON council; conference report. FEATURES 14 | Presqu’ile […]

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1998

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1998

DEPARTMENTS 5 | In This IssueJohn Muir shows us the way.By Stephan Fuller 6 | EarthwatchVictoria Point victory; tampering with the science education curriculum; the regeneration of a savannah. 14 | Letters  17 | This Season  Uber-birders Mike Runtz and Bruce Di Labio go head to head in the Taverner Cup.By Jeff Harrison 36 | Insider  Behind […]

ON Nature Magazine Autumn 2004

ON Nature Magazine Autumn 2004

DEPARTMENTS 5 | This Issue A Fine Balance: Is there a meeting ground between environmentalists and the aggregate industry? By Victoria Foote 8 | Earth Watch Mining along Lake Superior’s shoreline; new chemical compounds found in gull eggs; an energy boost for Ontario. 15 | Profile Man With a Plan: Superintendent Robin Reilly wants Quetico […]

Seasons Magazine Autumn 2003

Seasons Magazine Autumn 2003

DEPARTMENTS 5 | This Issue Paper Grows on Trees: Why can’t Seasons be printed on FSC-certified stock? By Victoria Foote 8 | Earth Watch Ontario adds 109 OLL sites; fungus could decimate flowering dogwood; invasion of the emerald ash borer; Crothers Woods revival; pesticides in our rivers; government slow to reinstate much needed land tax […]

Seasons Magazine Autumn 2001

Seasons Magazine Autumn 2001

DEPARTMENTS 5 | View from Locke House My own private Kyoto: How I plan to stop driving my car – at least not as much. By Nancy Clark 6 | Earth Watch Not-so-smart growth; battles to watch; moraine development freeze; seed source matters; Ontario land trusts growing; Dombind’s never-ending saga. 17 | This Season A […]

Seasons Magazine Autumn 2000

Seasons Magazine Autumn 2000

DEPARTMENTS 5 | View from Locke House Calling all nature writers. By Nancy Clark 6 | Earth Watch Quarry threatens conservation reserve; don’t shoot; Oak Ridges Moraine: Queen’s Park does nothing; proposal subdivision too close to Awenda; logging underwear; have you seen off-road ATV damage? 18 | This Season Ben Cheechoo wants natives and non-natives […]

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1999

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1999

DEPARTMENTS 5 | View from Locke House Holding back the concrete at Leslie and the 401. By Nancy Clark 6 | Earth Watch Picton watershed saved; after Lands for Life: what now?; Rondeau Bay kept clean; reduce emissions: car share; compost this; 31 additional species now at risk; Lyme disease vaccine approved; Pickering signs easement […]

Seasons Magazine Winter 1997

Seasons Magazine Winter 1997

DEPARTMENTS 6 | Earth Watch MNR withdraws from fisheries agreement; logging and Lands for Life; Domtar toxins spread. 13 | This Season Kay McKeever continues her work with damaged owls. By Moira Farr 32 | Insider FON award nominations; name that tree. 46 | Reflections A tenant’s eye view. By Stan Long FEATURES 16 | […]

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1996

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1996

DEPARTMENTS 8 | Earth Watch Ontario guts more environmental laws; faster action needed for species at risk; the sorry saga or Monarchs and Milkweed; municipality stands up for the Escarpment; Ontario’s new Planning Act in effect; wildlife is more than “game and fish”; update on blear-bear hunting; manage your woodlot for wildlife. 38 | Insider […]

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1994

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1994

DEPARTMENTS 2 | President’s Page Pleased to meet you. By Adam Thomson 7 | Earth Watch Temagami: Just another piece of Crown land; sustaining Crown forests—or timber?; Toronto Islands under attack; revisions to the planning act need revisions; old-growth red and white pine: protected or not?; revised escarpment plan released; Megisan Lake: best option no […]

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1990

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1990

DEPARTMENTS 2 | President’s Page Saving the natural world—with a little help from your friends. By Mary E. Smith 5 | Earth Watch Local residents strongly oppose park in northeast; E.R.C.A. seeks to convert wetland to golf course; “Forests for Tomorrow” up at bat; peregrines nest in Ontario after 20-year absence; O.M.B. decisions show a […]

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1989

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1989

DEPARTMENTS 2 | President’s Page FON’s Nature Reserves: Time for decisions. By Doug Thomas 7 | Earth Watch Important issues at stake in Algonquin review; a tern for the better; an “ecosystem approach” to fish; Pelee Island seeks hunting in nature reserves; Rondeau plan looks at deer cull, duck hunt; the Red Squirrel road; Pelee […]

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1988

Seasons Magazine Autumn 1988

DEPARTMENTS 2 | President’s Page By Doug Thomas 6 | Earth Watch Bat “control” stopped—Ontario to ban last permitted use of DDT; Lake Huron ANSI defaced; Bruce Township to prohibit removal of wildflowers; wildlife conference sets new direction; pole-trapping at a federal migratory bird sanctuary; common loon new provincial bird? 12 | Around Ontario Rouge […]

Seasons Magazine Winter 1987

Seasons Magazine Winter 1987

DEPARTMENTS 4 | President’s Page By Charles Pryer 5 | Earth Watch Scarborough votes to preserve the Rouge but valley’s fate rests with province; effects of TBT on marine life: alarming evidence mounting; as dieback hits Ontario’s forests, what is to be done?; forests for tomorrow gears up for hearings; new ways of saving rainforests. […]