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Own land in Elgin County?  Volunteer to include your land in the Elgin Natural Heritage Inventory, set to launch in spring 2014.

Join Carolinian Canada Coalition and its many local partners in a three-year Natural Heritage Inventory for Elgin County starting in spring 2014.

Landowners like you are essential to the conservation and protection of species at risk and their habitats.  By enhancing your property for wildlife you can contribute to Ontario’s biodiversity.  

If you are interested in donating your time to an environmental cause, there are many local, provincial and national groups that you can join. Some focus on education, advocacy, land conservation, and more.

Whether it is a milkweed that will help Monarch butterflies, or an Oak that can support over 500 different species, growing a native plant has positive outcomes for local biodiversity...

Since European settlement many plant species have been introduced into Southwestern Ontario. Some of these non-native plants have become invasive in our native ecosystems...

Using natural gardening techniques can limit negative impacts on the environment. Chemicals don’t just rid your garden of weeds and pests, they can also kill native animals and impact the surrounding ecosystem...

Carolinian Canada is a network of leaders growing healthy landscapes for a green future in the Carolinian Zone in the spirit and practice of reconciliation.

Carolinian Canada will make every effort to provide assistance making materials accessible on request. Contact info@carolinian.org for more information

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