The Kawartha watershed is a unique landscape that holds vast wetlands, and long meandering rivers that flow to and from big lakes along the Trent-Severn Waterway. Agriculture thrives on rich soils and clean water, picturesque rural communities dot the landscape, and conservation and natural areas protect significant natural heritage. All of our programs and services support the protection of this unique watershed in Ontario.
Map of the Kawartha Watershed
To learn more about Kawartha Watershed
The Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas is a project that is held by Ontario Nature that tracks trends of reptiles and amphibians living across the province over time. The goal of Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas Program is to increase the collective knowledge of Reptiles and Amphibians. They also seek for volunteers who have deep understanding of reptile and amphibian species for their projects and researches.
Ways To Get Involved :
- Book a presentation or organize a local survey event in your area.
- Inquire about potential partnership opportunities including amalgamating existing databases.
- Join our atlas mailing list to receive conservation and species news.
- Attend an atlas event or workshop.
Oak Ridges Moraine is an environment that exist as a habitat for various types of reptiles and amphibians such as turtles, lizards snakes and etc., and 0 For more information about Ontario Reptile and Amphibian Atlas program, visit the website below.
LEAF is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the protection and enhancement of the urban forest. Our residential planting programs help residents get the right tree planted in the right place in Toronto, York Region and Ajax. We are currently seeking an urban tree planter to help carry out large tree and shrub plantings in residential yards.
To see more information about LEAF
Ontario Nature believes that if we can engage ordinary citizens to become champions of nature, they will provide invaluable support in our mission to protect this province’s wild species and wild spaces. Our programs, therefore, provide unique opportunities for volunteers to actively participate in nature stewardship.
Adults and children alike learn about the natural world and become attuned to Ontario’s extraordinary natural heritage, its sensitive ecosystems and rare species. Our programs also bring along the next generation of naturalists and conservationists, tomorrow’s advocates who will speak out to protect natural places in their communities and across the province.
For more info. visit: www.ontarionature.org/
YR Student Water Conservation Program is a program runs by York Region, involving students in York Region. Student Water Conservation Program does different kinds of projects such as Beach Water Testing, Drinking Water Source Protection and etc., all by students and managers of York Region. York Region Student Water Conservation Program is very significant in a way that students are being responsible by their own wills of protecting the environment of their neighbor, and the solutions to the pre-existing problems are being researched by running different projects. For more information of York Region Student Water Conservation Program, visit (http://www.york.ca/wps/portal/yorkhome/environment/yr/waterandwastewater/studentwaterconservationprograms/)