_Connecting lands and people across the Algonquin to Adirondacks region, to enhance a critical link for biodiversity and resilience
NEWS & EVENTS
Living Watersheds Workshop
The Friends of the Salmon River, with help from Quinte Conservation, is hosting the workshop, September 12, 9 am – 3 pm. It will be an active learning experience designed for those with a strong commitment to the future of our watersheds in Eastern Ontario.
Invasive Species Community Seminar
Want to learn all about Party Crashers – invasive species – and how to protect our biodiversity? Join the seminar at the Elbow Lake Environmental Education Centre on August 29, 9 am — 3:30 pm. The Frontenac Stewardship Foundation and Queen’s University Biological Station are hosting this active learning day.
NEW MAPS: Landscape Connectivity in the Great Lakes Basin
Thanks to lead researcher Jeff Bowman, final rasters evaluating landscape connectivity in the Ontario portion of the Great Lakes basin (and northward through the managed forest areas of Ontario) are now complete and available. Rasters of data are organized by secondary or tertiary watershed and freely available for download. The data were produced at a 100-m resolution using the methodology of Koen et al, 2014.
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. Further 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.
Map of the A2A Region
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