Ma'aingun The Eastern Wolf
The Eastern Wolf is a complex animal that is essential to a healthy forest and is currently at risk of becoming extinct. But the story of the wolf and the way to recovery is not a simple path. The coyote has arrived on the landscape as a result of development. It's presence on the landscape may be negatively impacting forest function and biodiversity and it's intermixing with the wolf threatens this benevolent species, yet the coyote is an equally complex creature. Explore with us, as we learn from the science and from the communities that interact with these species.
Food Production and Security
Typical food production is a challenge in The Land Between given the lack of natural soil deposits and fewer growing days. This region is also facing the same challenges as the rest of the province in terms of recruitment of farmers and market avenues. Yet food security is becoming more important in the face of climate change and supply chain issues. We are working to increase food security with key partners.
Natural Edge Renaturalization Site Visits
Book a site visit and receive a customized shoreland restoration plan that is tailored to your needs and your style. Participants also receive free plants. This innovative program is provided as a partner of Watersheds Canada, the makers of the Love Your Lake Program.
Land Stories - History, Culture and Relationships
With the support of Curve Lake First Nation, Trent Valley Archives, and Fleming College, we explored the heritage and haunts of The Land Between bioregion, which elude to the journeys and perspectives that are the foundation of our relationships today.