Conversations for Conservation – The Ecopassage Project: Helping the Jefferson Salamanders in Urban Ontario
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February’s Conversation for Conservation takes place online as Ontario Stream’s Madeline Michaud presents The Ecopassage Project: Helping the Jefferson Salamanders in Urban Ontario. Come out to rare’s Lamb’s Inn offices at 1679 Blair Road at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, February 21 to learn more about the great work that Ontario Streams is doing. If you can’t make it out to Lamb’s Inn, please tune into our Zoom Simulcast!
Madeline Michaud is a Project Biologist at Ontario Streams, a registered environmental charity dedicated to conserving and rehabilitating stream, river and wetland habitats within Ontario. In 2023, they planted over 12,000 native trees and shrubs, built over 60 in-stream restoration structures, removed nearly 300 bags of garbage, and engaged thousands of community volunteers. Today, Madeline will be speaking about Ontario Streams’ rehabilitation project focused on the endangered Jefferson Salamanders in Peel and York Regions of Southern Ontario.
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