Alderville First Nation
The Alderville First Nation Black Oak Savanna is a band run program, supported largely through external funding. In-kind support from the band and the Alderville community, however, is invaluable. From the public works to Chief and Council; from local greenhouse operators to local youth, support for the Black Oak Savanna program is certain. Alderville is proud of our success at the Black Oak Savanna. The protection of this rare ecosystem with its unique flora and fauna is of the up most importance to the community. In addition, the stewardship efforts at the savanna are preserving our cultural heritage for the people of today and tomorrow.
Alderville First Nation website.
Northumberland County Tourism
Northumberland County in Ontario, Canada, has scenic rolling hills, picturesque communities, and an unlimited variety of distinctive shops, cultural attractions, and fabulous places to eat and sleep as you will see in our 2011 Travel Guide.
Northumberland Tourism website.
Oak Ridges Moraine Foundation
The Oak Ridges Moraine is a unique and irreplaceable landscape that stretches 160 kilometres from the Trent River to the Niagara Escarpment. Enjoyed by millions of people, it is a source of water for many river systems, home to a wealth of natural habitats and an enormous groundwater recharge system for Central South Ontario.
Oak Ridges Moraine website.
Rice Lake Plains Joint Initiative
Welcome to the Rice Lake Plains and the world of habitat conservation in Canada's easternmost prairie landscape! This website will be an ongoing source of information on tallgrass prairie and savanna conservation in the area. It is a place to profile landowners and habitat projects and a way to get the word out about local tours, workshops, events and activities.
Rice Lake Plains Joint Initiative website
Species at Risk
The Public Registry is your source for news, information, and documents related to species at risk in Canada. This web site has been designed to help you better understand Canada's approach to protecting and recovering species at risk, learn about species at risk and what's being done to help them, and get involved in decision making and recovery activities.
Species at Risk website
The Ontario Tallgrass Prairie and Savanna Association - Tallgrass Ontario - was established in 1999 to implement the Recovery Plan for Tallgrass Communities of Southern Ontario. The Recovery plan lists literally hundreds of tallgrass and savanna species, many of which are identified as threatened, endangered or extirpated.
Tallgrass Ontario website
Trent Severn Waterway
With the launch of our new website we thought it was time to leave our previous discussion board behind and start fresh.
If you spend time on the Trent-Severn Waterway, we hope that TrentSevern.com's Discussion Board can become a great medium to share your thoughts, knowledge, and experiences with others.
Sign up today and join our forum. Feel free to start a thread or join one already in progress.
Trent Severn Waterway website
The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) protects areas of natural diversity for their intrinsic value and for the benefit of our children and those after them.
The Nature Conservancy of Canada will lead, innovate and use creativity in the conservation of Canada's natural heritage. We will secure important natural areas through their purchase, donation or other mechanisms, and then manage these properties for the long term.
Nature Conservancy website
Northhumberland Land Trust
Preserving Northumberland County - One Acre at a Time
Mission Preserve the natural, historical and cultural heritage of Northumberland County.
Our mandate is to establish, maintain and manage protected areas.
Northhumberland Land Trust website
Ontario’s Greenbelt is 1.8 million acres of protected land. It extends as far north as Tobermory and stretches 325 kilometres from Rice Lake in Northumberland County to the Niagara River. The Greenbelt also wraps around the Greater Golden Horseshoe — the area that surrounds the western end of Lake Ontario. One of the fastest growing regions in North America, by 2031 the population of the Greater Golden Horseshoe is expected to increase to more than 11 million.
The Greenbelt website