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    There are plenty of online resources available. This is a brief list of local, regional, and national links.

    Our Incredible World

    www.incredibleworld.ca  

    Our Incredible World, is a place to have fun and learn about the natural world. Through three video series, Our Incredible World, Incredible World Investigators, and the Woodland Caribou, both kids and adults can learn about our natural environment and what they can do to protect it. The website also includes ways to get involved, species fact sheets, and fun online games. Finally, the website provides an important resource for teachers to access and deliver meaningful, curriculum based lessons related to the three video series. These lessons are targeted for grades 4, 6, 7, and secondary school, and cover topics including habitats, ecosystems, biodiversity, species-at-risk, and invasive species.

    Nature In Deed

    www.natureindeed.com

    The Nature in Deed website is a one stop information portal that was designed to assist new rural property owners. If a new property owner has a question or would like more information about managing their property or dealing with a problem, http://www.natureindeed.com/ is an excellent place to start to find the answer. The website will either provide an answer directly or will refer the property owner to other sources to get the answer. Although initially designed for new property owners, the website is also very useful for anyone who owns a rural property.

    In 2015, the LCSC is refreshing the links and updating the website. The council wants to continue to add new content to the website.

    Other Links

    There are plenty of online resources available. This is a brief list of local, regional, and national links.

    Government Ministries and Conservation Authorities

    Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
    Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
    Parks Canada
    Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority
    Rideau Valley Conservation Authority

    Municipalities and Counties

    County of Lanark
    Township of Lanark Highlands
    Tay Valley Township
    Drummond -  North Elmsley Township
    Mississippi Mills

    Other Environmental Groups

    Ontario Forestry Association
    Ontario Woodlot Association
    Eastern Ontario Model Forest
    Canadian Biodiversity Institute
    Canadian Forest Service
    Mississippi Valley Field Naturalists
    Wildlife Habitat Canada
    Tree Canada
    Landowner Resource Centre
    Friends of the Tay Watershed
    Eco-Perth
    Centre for Sustainable Watersheds
    Eastern Habitat Joint Venture
    Forest Gene Conservation Association
    Ontario Federation of Agriculture
    Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association
    Federation of Ontario Cottagers' Associations

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