_Connecting lands and people across the Algonquin to Adirondacks region, to enhance a critical link for biodiversity and resilience in North America
NEWS & EVENTS
HIRING: A2A Trail Project Coordinator
We are looking for someone to join our team for the summer to coordinate our A2A Trail project. Apply by Monday, May 11.
Major Win in Protecting Ostrander Point
The Ontario Court of Appeal ruled on Monday, April 20 that a 324-hectare, nine-turbine wind farm proposed for the south shore of Prince Edward County puts a population of endangered Blanding’s turtles at risk of dying out in that region’s wetland.
2015 A2A Partner Meeting Proceedings
Our March 28 gathering attracted 30+ participants with 19 partner organizations represented. Proceedings include notes from our President, guest speaker Michelle Kanter's talk, our workshop on collaborative conservation planning, and partner organization updates. Thank you to all who continue to support A2A!
Celebrate Spring with the IRLC
Bring Mom and the whole family to explore the trails of the Indian River Lakes Conservancy's (IRLC) Grand Lake Reserve on a “Birds, Blooms and Bugs” hike Saturday, May 9, beginning at 10 a.m., rain or shine.
22nd Annual Conference on the Adirondacks
Gather on the theme of "The Adirondack Forests - Opportunities for Diversity, Water Quality, and Innovation", May 13-14, at the High Peaks Resort in Lake Placid, NY.
Ontario Biodiversity Summit
Join hundreds of people and participate in this Summit – the first of its kind in Ontario – to learn more about the state of biodiversity in our province and what we are doing to protect it. Hear from engaging and informative speakers, learn about best practices from around the world, and share ideas to help focus future conservation efforts, May 19-25, Niagara Falls.
Kingston Field Naturalists' BioBlitz
Join the KFN's 17th BioBlitz aiming to record over 600 species in 24 hours, from 3 pm, June 12 to until 3 pm, June 13, 2015 at Wintergreen Studios, 9780 Canoe Lake Road. Everyone, including our volunteers and onsite experts, will find it a fun and educational event.
Map of the A2A Region
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