Carolinian Issues and Facts (Coming Soon!)
This 80 page, full colour Guide to 38 Special Natural Areas in Ontario's Deep South and Heritage Plaques Celebrating Community Conservation was written by Lorraine Johnson, noted author and expert on Native Plants. Travel through the Carolinian life zone to explore our best remaining critical habitats and meet the people who are protecting this significant heritage. The guide features photographs from experts across the region and was produced with the generous assistance of the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
Cost: $5 ($2 for landowners or bulk orders)
Includes a 47 page booklet and two full colour posters: Plants and Ecosystems at Risk and Wildlife at Risk
Introducing our most imperiled wild species and plant communities, these materials are organized by habitat: Woodlands, Wetlands, Dunes, Cliffs, Alvars, Rivers, Prairie, Savannah and Shrublands. Packed with How-to-Help stewardship information and weblinks, they are perfect for landowners, gardeners, landscapers, planners, decision-makers, community groups, conservation programs, students and anyone interested in wildlife, plants and nature.
Cost: $5 per set (one booklet and two posters) or $2 per item
Generously sponsored by:
The Big Picture Poster is an eye-catching poster designed to help kids learn about the Carolinian Canada ecoregion. It describes a network of natural areas that if conserved and linked together would ensure the survival of Canada's greatest diversity of plant and animal species. The poster also shows what needs to be done and actions people across the region are engaged in.
By Larry Lamb and Gail Rhynard, Illustrated by Judie Shore
Discover the unique plants of the Carolinian forest zone. This 55 page, user-friendly handbook contains accurate descriptions and illustrations for 40 herbaceous (non-woody) plants such as lizard's tail, pokeweed, coneflower and prickly pear cactus.
Cost: $10 (OUT OF STOCK)
By Stewart Hilts and Peter Mitchell
The Carolinian version of the popular landowner guide provides useful information and advice about habitat and environmental features on your land. Published by the Centre for Land and Water Stewardship at the University of Guelph.
Art posters can now be purchased at CCC events. Online sales coming soon! Own a piece of Carolinian Canada! London Artist Maureen Riley's Carolinian Rhapsody is "a joyous trek across our lovely region of Ontario that abounds with examples of the wonderful flora, fauna, birds and other woodland creatures inhabiting Carolinian Canada". Riley is donating all poster and a portion of limited edition art print proceeds from her show at Strand Fine Art. Watch this space, Facebook or contact Sandy at for further details.