This week the Essex Region Conservation Authority (ERCA) awarded several champions of conservation awards to the Essex County Field Nats! Award recipients included: Lynda Corkum, Phil Roberts and Gerry Waldron! Congratulations to all! Field Naturalists to have received the award previously: David Kraus, Betty Learmouth, Ian Naisbitt, Paul Pratt, and Daniel Mennill!
Thanks to everyone who came out in support of Ojibway Shores! Follow us on twitter @ECFNC, like us on facebook or follow this website for updates! Below are the audio recordings from the WPA Public Meeting. These recordings are provided for your information. Opening Presentation by David Cree, President & CEO WPA WPA Presentation Part 2 Dillon Consulting Presentation Public Q&A Part 1 Public Q&A Part 2 [...]
The Port Authority is planning the clear cutting of Ojibway Shores! Ojibway Shores has over 12 hectares of woodlot, a marshy pond and 430 metres of natural Detroit River shoreline. Ojibway Shores acts as a wildlife linkage or corridor between the Detroit River and the interior significant sites of the Ojibway complex including Black Oak Woods, Ojibway Park, Ojibway Prairie, and Spring Garden ANSI. We cannot allow it to be developed! Please attend the Public [...]