WITH YOUR HELP
WE HAVE PROTECTED
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  • The habitats of 3 species at risk

  • The potential habitats of 8 endangered species

...all in perpetuity!

with more to come...

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Are you a U.S. Taxpayer who owns Canadian Land?

Forest Path

Free Workshop on Cross Border Conservation,

Monday, October 24th, from 8:30-11:30 A.M. on Zoom

On October 24th from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. there will be a free workshop hosted by American Friends of Canadian Conservation in conjunction with the Canadian Land Trust Summit. You can attend it virtually or in person.

This is an excellent chance for landowners to become familiar with the bi-national tax benefits that can make it financially feasible to permanently conserve Canadian natural lands, and facilitate intergenerational property transfers.

For more information click
here.  

Ongoing iNaturalist Project

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Get on your hiking shoes and head outdoors! Go explore nature and let us know what you see using the iNaturalist app. If you don’t have iNaturalist already, it is easy (and free!) to download to your phone, or any device. Take photos of wild plants or animals and upload your observations to the Magnetawan Watershed Land Trust iNaturalist project. The iNaturalist app will help you with the identifications, so it's a great tool to learn about the species around you.

 

Your input will contribute towards conservation initiatives for MWLT in the Magnetawan River watershed.

 

Be sure to keep an eye on our social media feed and website for challenges (we may even have a fun prize!). Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions at info@mwlt.org. Happy hiking!

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Preserving the land you love for generations to come​