Ontario is the network of 36
Conservation Authorities, local watershed management agencies
that deliver services and programs that protect
water and other natural resources in partnership with government,
landowners and other organizations.
areas, policy information, and contacts.
Natural Resources (Peterborough)
Climate Change, Energy, Fish & Wildlife, Forests, Land, Licences &
Laws, Maps & Geographic Information, Parks & Protected Areas, Public
Safety, Science & Research, Water
Nature Conservancy of Canada
is a private,
non-profit organization working for the direct protection of
Canada's biodiversity through the purchase...
The Federation of
Ontario Naturalists (FON) protects Ontario's nature through
research, education, and conservation action. FON champions
Ontario Heritage Trust - Ontario
The Provincial Plaque Program is the
Trust's oldest and perhaps best-known activity. Over 1,200
provincial plaques have been unveiled – including 22 international
plaques. The plaques make Ontario's history come alive by telling
stories of the people, places and events that helped shape our
province. They enrich our sense of place. They also introduce
newcomers and visitors to the unique character of each region of the
information on Canada's
National Historic Sites, National Parks, National Marine Conservation
Areas and on other cultural and natural heritage related topics
Port Hope Historical Society
formerly East Durham Historical Society.
is a not-for-profit organization committed to the re-greening of
Ontario through tree planting efforts on rural lands and in urban
"Experts tell us that in order to achieve 30 per
cent forest cover and a healthy ecosystem we need to plant over a
billion more trees.. goal is to support the planting of 10
million trees a year by 2015.