_Connecting lands and people across the Algonquin to Adirondacks region, to enhance a critical link for biodiversity and resilience in North America
NEWS & EVENTS
A2A Trail receives funding!
Thank you to the Community Foundation for Kingston & Area, the National Trails Coalition, and donor Paul McKay for their generous support in kickstarting the A2A Trail. Donations in 2015 will be matched! Contribute now to help make the trail a reality. Be in touch if your organization would like to participate.
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.
4th Annual Forest Bird Workshop
Hosted by Canadian Institute of Forestry, this workshop will be held on May 26 at the Petawawa Research Forest. It is a free, full day event geared towards landowners, forestry professionals and birders.
Wild for Wildlife! at the River Institute
The St. Lawrence River Institute is kicking off a series of family environmental education workshops with Wild for Wildlife on May 30, 12-4 pm at Ontario Power Generation’s St. Lawrence River Power Development Visitor Centre in Cornwall, Ontario.
Kingston Field Naturalists' BioBlitz
Join the KFN's 17th BioBlitz aiming to record over 600 species in 24 hours, from June 12, 3 pm until June 13, 3 pm 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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