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Forests Ontario

Vision & Mission

Making Ontario’s forests greener

At Forests Ontario, we’re dedicated to making Ontario’s forests greener. Our ambitious tree planting initiatives, extensive education programs, and decades of community outreach have helped plant millions of trees in the province each year—and it’s through these efforts that we’re bringing our vision for healthier forests to a new generation of stewards, partners, teachers, and donors. 6 more words

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Help save the Salamanders

Salamanders are in a terrible crisis. Many salamander species are disappearing from the wild. Unfortunately, due to their secretive lifestyles, salamanders are not commonly seen by people. 284 more words

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Pollution Probe is a Canadian charitable environmental organization that is a leading agent of change at the intersection of communities, health and environment. Since 1969, we have been defining environmental problems through research, promoting understanding through education and pressing for practical solutions through advocacy. 138 more words

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Conservation Ontario

Conservation Ontario is a non-governmental organization that represents the 36 Conservation Authorities within Ontario. Conservation authority is local, community-based public organizations that represent a grouping of municipalities on a watershed basis and work in partnership with others to manage their respective watersheds, including Oak Ridges Moraine. 28 more words

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TD Friends of the Environment Foundation

For as little as $2 a month, you can join thousands of TD Bank Financial Group customers who support the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation through automated monthly donations from their TD Canada Trust accounts. 39 more words

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Tides Canada

How can we foster a healthy planet and just Canadian society? Grow the capital and build the community dedicated to solving the key environmental and social issues of our time. 104 more words

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Headwaters Tourism

This is where both arctic swans and hungry travelers stop on their way home. Where every creek, barn and chicken has a name. Where the evening brings out warm salamanders, cold craft beers and a billion stars. 300 more words