The Land Between charity cares for the region that bears the same name. We develop programs and choose projects that benefit the nature, culture and socio-economy of the region, while understanding that our well being is rooted in the health of the natural systems and land around us.
The Land Between chooses projects within 7 program areas to achieve our 7 core goals. Find out more about each program area here.
Our current portfolio of projects includes:
- My First Shot - an unscripted documentary that uses the cultural practice of hunting in North America to understand the relationships of hunters to conservation and wildlife management
- Ma'aiingun- Rediscovering and Re-working the Algonquin Wolf - In 2020 The Land Between began hosting talking circles to encourage Indigenous Peoples, hunters and trappers to share their knowledge.
- Highland Habitats- Making Space for Declining Species - helping landowners become stewards for wildlife.
- Blue Lakes - A Dynamic Database, Suite of Tools and Ecolabel for Excellence in Lake Stewardship
- The American Eel - contributing to research and knowledge sharing around a symbolic fish species
- Knowledge Circles - Community, Local and Traditional Ecological Knowledge
- Land Stories- Rediscovering Our Roots
- Design Your Own Shoreline Garden and the Natural Edge Program
- Turtle Guardians
- Connecting with and Caring for Nature. Check out all our Community Science Programs
- Developing the Anishinaabek Land Trust (www.anishinaabeklandtrust.org)
- Building Between - a green construction and building hub for living in the country
- The Youth Arm of TLB
- Municipal Outreach programs
- If you have a project idea or see an area that needs attention or a problem that needs new approaches and solutions in the region, contact us