To maintain biodiversity means that the Earth’s capacity for renewal is in tact and nature is therefore resilient.
We understand that the elements of biodiversity (an intact food web and ecosystem services) are important to maintain health and wellbeing during Climate Change. We also understand that ecotones, such as The Land Between, are integral to supporting all of Ontario during Climate Change as they are refuges for these services.
To reach these goals of conserving and preserving biodiversity we choose species at risk as markers or indicators of food web interactions and diversity; and natural cover as the supporting habitat. Together areas that harbor these features are priorities. We provide site visits, stewardship plans, and landscape mapping tools to support conservation of biodiversity.
See our current projects that support these goals.