We work with individuals, groups, local authorities and funding agencies to help restore biodiversity on both private and public property.  We have long term fully or partially funded restoration and monitoring projects underway in the Grindstone, Sixteen Mile, Bronte and Credit watersheds. We can help procure native plants for your private property, and are available to consult on a by-donation / cost recovery basis.

Our team’s current combined associations, training and certifications include:

Member, United Nations (UN) Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) Communications Education and Public Awareness (CEPA) Informal Advisory Committee (IAC)
Co-chair, Ontario Environment Network
Member, Ontario Biodiversity Council
Member, Society for Ecological Restoration (International, Ontario)
Member, Ecological Society of America
Diploma of Excellence in Ecological Restoration and Rehabilitation
Ontario Benthos Biomonitoring Network Protocols
EMAN Terrestrial Monitoring Protocols
RX-100 Low Complexity Burn Worker
Exterminator Licenses: Forestry, Landscape, Aquatic Vegetation

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