About the region
The Land Between is the last extensive wilderness landscape in southern Ontario. It is a meeting place for species from north and south, and a vital home for culturally important wildlife such loon, bear, moose and lake trout, but also a refuge for 59 Species at Risk. Because of the significant, species, spaces and ecosystem services this region is 1 of 15 Community Nominated Priority Places in Canada.
The Land Between region extends across central Ontario from the Ottawa Valley in the east to Georgian Bay and Southern Parry Sound. The region sits between the Canadian Shield and St. Lawrence Lowlands in the south, spanning 10 counties and 29 townships.
- Learn more about the region's significance here
- Learn about the region's boundary: The Land Between Boundary
A purely unique bioregion deserving a holistic approach
rich cultural heritage
a creative economy
An award winning charity
The Land Between charity operates using deep democracy. Our Council is at 50% Indigenous and 50% Settler without hierarchy and making decisions by consensus.
Leadership in action
Our COO and team of young inspired staff are known for their dedication, spirit and integrity