The Nature Connectivity Project unites people and projects together so we can restore, protect and connect natural landscapes across Southern Canada to address the dual challenges of the extinction crisis and climate emergency.

 

Southern Ontario, a fragmented landscape.

Our vision is an interconnected network of protection and ecological corridors across Southern Ontario from Windsor to Algonquin Park and from the Bruce Peninsula to the Kawartha’s. This could act as a template for building similar visions across Canada. Read more in our connectivity broadsheet, download today!

Connectivity on the Move

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The Western Chorus Frog, Endangered Species.

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Wildlands League seeks to collaborate and add value to existing work by engaging our supporters and expanding our influence to build demand for increasing protected and conserved areas. Thousands of engaged citizens can be mobilized to protect, restore and connect nature in Southern Ontario and across Canada.