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It was summer of Going Wild for Species at Risk! Two Go Wild Youth Bootcamps were delivered by Carolinian Canada Coalition this past summer: one at Camp Kenessarie and one at Point Pelee National Park. Read more about these events on our website.

Two more Go Wild Youth Boot Camps are scheduled for September 25, 2015 at Leamington District Secondary School and October 6, 2015 at Chippewas of Kettle & Stony Point First Nation.

Saturday, November 7, 2015

On November 7, Morel, together with partners such as Carolinian Canada, will host an event to discuss the issue of invasive species, their impact, as well as the legislation being introduced to control them as well as other government and community strategies.

The roughly four-and-a-half hour interdisciplinary — and free — event is connected to an article recently published on that looked at the problem of Phragmites australis in our region. It will include a nature walk hosted by Carolinian Canada, a discussion panel, readings by Southwestern Ontario Writers, and open mic for local writers/musicians.

Event Date: 
Sunday, October 18, 2015
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Unfortunately, due to lack of interest this event has been cancelled.

We welcome Josh Wise who was appointed to the Carolinian Canada Coalition board in June as Ontario Nature’s representative.  Josh’s appointment lasts until the next AGM when he can stand for election.  Josh has been involved in the Greenway Program at Ontario Nature since early spring 2011. His work focuses on both promoting policy reform in Ontario and promoting stewardship within the agricultural community, through the Alternative Land Use Services (ALUS) program.


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