A boost in organic veggie output, the return of bobolinks, the 2016 BioBlitz and so much more – check out the latest edition of our newsletter, the 2017 Winter rare review. The printed version also came with a couple of inserts – check out our info sheet on Planned Giving and our Events Calendar for January […]
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Thank you, thank you, thank you! We don’t need an excuse to say thank you, but we thought we’d join the #ThankYouThursday movement anyways. Thank you for being a part of the rare family. Your constant support means a lot to us – whether you’re donating your time, reading our newsletter, walking our trails, coming out to an […]
Cliffs & Alvars Trail System is closed for the season. Indian Woods and Thompson tract are open all year.
Restoring biodiversity in forest plantations, why we count butterflies, the regal serpent: A collaborative approach to at-risk reptile research, and so much more – check out the latest edition of our newsletter, the 2016 Fall rare review. The printed version also came with a couple of inserts – check out our info sheet on Planned Giving […]
(Cambridge/North Dumfries July 26 2016): The rare Charitable Research Reserve is pleased to welcome Maintenance Assistant Inc. as the latest organization to join the charity’s Corporations for Conservation. Made official last week as representatives from the company toured the rare property and watched the Every Child Outdoors (ECO) program in action, Maintenance Assistant Inc. committed […]
rare Supports Project to tackle one of the World’s 100 worst invaders (June 22, 2016 North Dumfries/Cambridge): We often hear about the impact of invasive species on our environment. Emerald Ash Borer has decimated Ash tree populations and costs municipalities millions in management costs; Common Reed, also known as Phragmites, is dominating roadsides and wetlands; […]
We are currently seeking participants for an unusual and rare opportunity: the SenseLabs are coming to southern Ontario! First conducted in Lethbridge, Alberta, the SenseLabs are an initiative of Musagetes, a philanthropic artistic organization based in Guelph with a mandate to make the arts more central and meaningful in people’s lives. For the new SenseLabs […]
Toyota partners with rare Charitable Research Reserve to help more families and food banks enjoy local organic produce (Cambridge/North Dumfries June 9, 2016): Today the rare Charitable Research Reserve and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada are pleased to announce a $100,000 funding partnership that is increasing the size of Springbank Community Gardens. With Toyota’s generous support, […]
RBC Blue Water Project invests in water quality at rare Charitable Research Reserve (Cambridge/North Dumfries June 3, 2016): Yesterday, as the rare Charitable Research Reserve celebrated RBC Blue Water Day, Royal Bank of Canada presented a cheque to the oragnisation to further their conservation efforts in water quality. The $25,000 in funding from RBC Blue […]