Thank you for supporting conservation
Here at The Land Between Charity we are working tirelessly with people, groups and communities to protect, conserve, and research this nationally unique and globally rare landscape. By donating today you are helping us to continue this important work and to preserve this irreplaceable region for future generations!
Some accomplishments made possible by donations in 2021:
Learn more about our current efforts by reading our blogs!
With the support of TD Friends of the Environment Foundation in 2021, The Land Between charity and partners, including Watersheds Canada and Botanigals Ecological Consulting, were able to develop tools to support landowners in designing customized native shoreland gardens that are aesthetically-pleasing, functional and support lake health for future generations. We have created a Shoreland …Read More
Road shoulders are very attractive nesting sites for turtles because they have the perfect mixture of sand/gravel for turtles to lay eggs while also providing excellent sun exposure. This, in combination with the fact that turtles have territories with multiple habitat sites that are kilometers large, means that turtles (in particular blanding’s, snapping and painted …Read More
It is that time of the year again…Turtle Guardian calendar time! This year is a blockbuster themed calendar, featuring movies such as Frozen, Star Wars, the Lord of the Rings and more….Meet the team of turtles, in their star performances. These are super-fun and cherished stocking stuffers. All proceeds from sales support: Turtle tunnel installations, …Read More
After many months of planning and partnership-building the time was finally here! We have installed our first Motus Tower in Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve to support bird research in the Highlands, which contributes to tri-national effort! We will now be able to track some bird species that arrive in Haliburton County, and who have …Read More
We are hiring for various positions this fall, starting in mid August to October: Positions include junior field ecologists to sample insects and type wetlands; environmental communications specialists to create and communicate community science programs related to habitats; turtle care workers (Haliburton only) to assist in caring for in house teaching turtles; and charity administration …Read More
We are very grateful to receive a grant from the Johansen-Larsen Foundation to support the creation of an Anishinaabek Land Trust for Ontario. The Land Between is an organization that is formed with 60% Indigenous leadership and where we honour Indigenous Knowledge equal to western science in our programming, research and outreach. We are working …Read More
Hello Friends of the Land Between! My name is Joel Sloggett, and I have taken on the Agricultural Heritage research portfolio. Following an undergraduate degree in business administration (with a specialization in ethics and sustainability), I am a recent graduate of the Sustainability Studies Masters program at Trent University, where I was also board facilitator …Read More
Grace, is an ancient snapping turtle, whose hibernation site is near the Haliburton Highlands Secondary School and feeding grounds extend across 2 lakes at over 40km radius and across busy roads including Highway 118 in Haliburton County. Grace is likely over 125 years old judging by her carapace (upper shell) size, and could be as …Read More
The Land Between Charity is helping to install two receiver towers to help track bird (and animal) movements. This will support migration research and help bird conservation initiatives. In these days of technological progress and advances, we at The Land Between look to embrace new and exciting ways to fuel conservation efforts in all aspects …Read More