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ON Nature Winter 2016

ON Nature Winter 2016

DEPARTMENTS 5 | This issue When the going gets tough… By Caroline Schultz 6 | Earth Watch Protecting Rouge Park; northern partners; summer outreach; Youth Summit success; trashing Oxford County; Ostrander Point victory. 36 | Our Community   Chasing trout. 37 | Our Member Groups   Protecting tallgrass prairie. By Lisa Richardson 38 | Last Word To […]

ON Nature Spring 2011

ON Nature Spring 2011

DEPARTMENTS 6 | This Issue Winning the War on Invasives: Make sure to keep alien plants out of your garden. By Caroline Schultz 8 | Earth Watch Green priorities on the political agenda; painting turbines purple; the much-anticipated first signs of spring; chopping up the moraine; frogs to the rescue; meet the President of Ontario […]

ON Nature Fall 2005

ON Nature Fall 2005

DEPARTMENTS 5 | This issue Paper Makers: Who says we need trees? By Victoria Foote 8 | Earth Watch Why the snake won’t cross the road; diamonds in the far, far north; the sprawl crawl. 28 | Urban Nature To many, it’s just lichen. To those who know, this strange hybrid of fungi and algae […]

Seasons Spring 1999

Seasons Spring 1999

DEPARTMENTS 5 | In This Issue Volunteers. A vital investment in times of change. By Graham Bryan 6 | Earth Watch New wildlife act in place; spring bear hunt cancelled; wolves threatened in Pukaskwa; Creditview Wetland bought from developers; Rouge tributary protected under “historic” accord; grapes, not cottages. 19 | This Season Elementary school teacher […]

Seasons Spring 1994

Seasons Spring 1994

DEPARTMENTS 2 | President’s Page FON wins environmental award. By John Cartwright 7 | Earth Watch Algonquin’s wolves finally afforded protection; raising the ghost of Garrison Creek; what’s the fate of research at Museum of Nature?; Altona Forest’s future goes before OMB. 41 | Notes New directions in natural heritage protection; Crossley Reserve gets viewing […]