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Projects and Partners

It’s our responsibility to make sure that individuals, organizations, governments and corporations are aware of the potential impact they have on our natural resources. But we can’t stop there.  It only makes sense to develop partnerships with those same groups if we want to protect and enhance Ontario-based fish and wildlife.  Over the years we have partnered with many like-minded organizations to promote education and conservation initiatives.

Some of our past project partners are listed below.  If you are interested in volunteering with any of these organizations.

2016 Projects

August 2016 – Northumberland Christian School Society – grant awarded for the Revitalization of the Long Grass Area. Project objectives: The proposal is to create an area that is both usable and versatile as an outdoor education space. We are looking to build an outdoor theatre space, classroom and aboriginal awareness location. This project will provide a third habitat on the property. It w ...[Read More]

2015 Projects

September 2015 -Atlantic Salmon Restoration Program’s – granted $17,711 for the (LOASRP) Classroom Hatchery Program. Project Objectives: To continue to deliver the LOASRP to at least 40 classes or outdoor education centres mentored by the OFAH, and support the Toronto Zoo and Let’s Talk Science volunteers in their delivery of the Atlantic Salmon Classroom Hatchery Program. In the fall of 201 ...[Read More]

2014 Projects

August 2014 – Haliburton-Muskoka Children’s Water Festival – granted $1,500 for developing and constructing two new activity centres. Project Objectives: To provide an active, outdoor hands-on learning event which teaches elementary students the importance of water and water ecosystems; inspiring good water stewardship practices. The intention is that good water messages will be transf ...[Read More]

2013 Projects

September 2013- Haliburton-Muskoka Children’s Water Festival- granted $1,500 for upgrading equipment for the festival Project Objectives: To provide an active, outdoor hands-on learning event which teaches elementary students the importance of water and water ecosystems, inspiring good water stewardship practices. The intention is that good water messages will be transferred back to children’s cla ...[Read More]

2012 Projects

February 2012- Traffic Injury Research Foundation & Eco-Kare International- granted $5,000 for wildlife collision study Project Objectives: A study to explore the feasibility of creating an accurate and comprehensive clearing house of wildlife-vehicle collision data in Canada overall, as well as in each province and territory. Such a clearing house can help improve our understanding of the mag ...[Read More]

2011 Projects

September 2011- Conservation Halton- granted $5,000 -for the  Mountsberg Shrike recovery project Project Objectives: To help bring the endangered Eastern Loggerhead Shrike back from the edge of extinction in Canada. To accomplish this our goal is to build a captive breeding facility so we can stabilize the population by releasing captive bred loggerhead shrike hatchlings into the wild beginning in ...[Read More]