The following are some education/nature/history links the we at rare support and often often look to for inspiration. We hope you will too.

  • CAFKA’s “IMITATE” archway art at the rare ECO Centre Learn about how this natural trail entrance was inspired and created.
  • The rare Pavilion blog You can read all about the 2011 Pavilion construction project here and see some great pictures of the progress on the building. Thanks to all the volunteers who made this project happen!
  • Bird Studies Canada (BSC)
    A not-for-profit conservation organization dedicated to advancing the understanding, appreciation and conservation of wild birds and their habitats, in Canada and elsewhere, through studies that engage the skills, enthusiasm and support of its members, volunteers, staff and the interested public
  • REEP – Residential Energy Efficency Project.
  • Langdon Hall – 5 Star, Local Accomodations. Rich with History.
  • Bill Hagan  local Grand River artist
  • Southwood Secondary School – Geography and Environmental Studies
    This space includes information about each of the courses they offer, the Environmental Studies Magnet Program, environmental extra-curriculars, and other departmental news.   While you’re browsing the Internet, be sure to stop by their photo gallery.
  • Brian Husband
    Associate Professor, Department of Botany, and Director of the Plant Population and Evolutionary Research Laboratory, University of Guelph.
  • City of Cambridge
    rare Charitable Research Reserve lies within and along the northwestern borders of this city of population 132 000 people.
  • Eramosa Institute
    The Eramosa Institute exists to promote and foster public dialogue on, and greater understanding of, ideas and issues of concern to Canadians.
  • Doug Larson
    Professor Emeritus, College Biological Sciences, University of Guelph. Dr. Larson is a member of the Research Advisory Committee and Co-Director for Research, rare Charitable Research Reserve.
  • Gary Warrick
    Assistant Professor, Contemporary Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford Campus. Dr. Warrick provides consultation to the Archaeological Research of rare‘s Heritage team.
  • Grand River Conservation Authority
    A corporate body established to enable municipalities to jointly undertake water and natural resource management on a watershed basis – rare is located in the geographical centre of the Grand River Watershed that is managed by GRCA.
  • Kitchener-Waterloo Field Naturalists
    Conserving our natural heritage through education and involvement.
  • OCPP/Pro-Cert Canada Inc. (OCPRO)
    OCPRO is the foremost accredited, independent verification organization in Canada for certification of organic products. OCPRO’s certified clients trade organic products nationally and internationally.
  • Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
    Committed to protecting and managing the province’s natural resources, or its ‘natural capital’, and making the interest from that capital available for individuals, communities and economies that depend on it.
  • Ontario Trillium Foundation
    As one of Canada’s leading charitable grant-making foundations, the Ontario Trillium Foundation works with others to make strategic investments to build healthy, caring and economically strong Ontario communities.
  • Regional Municipality of Waterloo
    rare is located in the southwest of this region of population 525 000 people.
  • Stephen D. Murphy
    Professor, Department of Environment and Resource Studies University of Waterloo; Dr. Murphy is Co-Director for the Research Advisory Committee, rare Charitable Research Reserve.
  • Township of North Dumfries
    Much of rare is located in this township of 10 000 people.
  • Ontario Institute of Agrologists (OIA)
    For over 50 years, the OIA has served its mission statement – to protect the public by licensing and safe guarding the competence of qualified practitioners and to build public confidence in Ontario’s agriculture, agri-food, and agri-business sector.

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