Information On Native Plants

Evergreen: A National Charity that makes Cities more Livable

Gamiing Nature Centre: Centre for Sustainable Lakeshore Living
1884 Pigeon Lake Road
Lindsay, Ontario, Canada
K9V 4R5
Phone/ fax: (705) 799-7083

Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
Species At Risk In Ontario (SARO) List

North American Native Plant Society
PO Box 84, Station D
Etobicoke, ON M9A 4X1

Conservation and Invasive Species

Grants Available for Healthy Shorelines ~ Clean Water Stewardship Program
If you live in the Lower Trent watershed region and want to naturalize your stream, river, lake or pond shoreline, grants of up to $500 are available for approved projects. Contact Ewa Bednarczuk, Ecology & Stewardship Specialist, at 613-394-3915 ext. 252 to schedule a free site visit and advice on the best approach to naturalize your shoreline.

NatureServe: A Network Connecting Science with Conservation

Invasive Alien Plants in Canada – Summary Report
Invasive Plants in Canada

CAISN Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network

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