The Mississippi Madawaska Land Trust invites you to its annual Creativity Blitz taking place rain or shine on Sunday, May 1 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The event is held at the 200-acre High Lonesome Nature Reserve outside Pakenham, a natural treasure conserved in perpetuity by the MMLT.
The not-for- profit Algonquin Wildlife Research Station (WRS) in Algonquin Park is seeking donations of used canoes and associated equipment, and/or financial support in order to purchase these materials.
Over the past two to three decades, their small canoe fleet has withstood thousands of students and tens of thousands Continue reading →
On Sunday, April 24, you’ll have the opportunity to hear all about the benefits of walking from an expert, then take a stroll through the winding, scenic trails of High Lonesome Nature Reserve to enjoy those benefits first hand.
Local landowner Sue Prior is coming to St. Paul’s Church, Dunrobin on Tuesday, May 10, at 7:30 p.m. to talk about the outcome of the wetland restoration project undertaken by Ducks Unlimited Canada on her 0.6 km stretch along the Carp River. See the attached poster for more information about Continue reading →