LPBLT Mini-Blitz Challenge!

If you were unable to attend the LPBLT BioBlitz on Saturday August 12th, we have a fun opportunity for you! LPBLT wants to challenge you and your family and friends to participate in our Mini-Blitz Challenge! Participants are challenged to identify as many species as they can in 150 minutes,

Invasive Species Removal Workdays – May & June 2017

At the Shirley & George Pond Nature Reserve, Strongman-Guiler Conservation Legacy
Come out and help LPBLT staff and volunteers remove invasive species from our properties, improving the habitat for our native species of plants, insects, birds and more!

Stewardship Activities Workshop – Date: TBD

At the Arthur Langford Nature Reserve
Come out and learn about our property Stewardship Teams and how you can join! This short workshop will focus primarily on stewardship activities such as invasive species management, light trail maintenance, constructed habitat maintenance and monitoring, and how to properly keep track of biodiversity

Delhi Wetland Cleanup

At the Delhi Wetland Nature Reserve
Join Long Point Basin Land Trust and students from Delhi District Secondary School to help us remove garbage from the ravines of the Delhi Wetland Nature Reserve, a tributary to Big Creek.
This cleanup day will be physically demanding and requires work gloves, close-toed

Butterfly Workshop

At the Delta Waterfowl Hunting Heritage and Conference Center and the Shirley George Pond Nature Reserve
Join local butterfly ecologist Adam Timpf as he leads a comprehensive workshop on local butterfly species. Meeting at the Delta Waterfowl Hunting Heritage and Conference Center, we will learn about species ID and conservation followed

Invasive Species Information Workshop

Location: Shirley and George Pond Nature Reserve
1653 Front Road, St. Williams, ON N0E 1M0
This workshop will have a focus on identifying invasive plant species, information about what makes a plant invasive, what you can do about them, as well as removal and management techniques. The workshop will start

Tree ID Workshop

Location: Shirley and George Pond Nature Reserve
1653 Front Road, St. Williams, ON N0E 1M0
Join us on Saturday July 29 for an informative workshop on Carolinian trees lead by Kevin Kavanagh. This higher learning-level workshop will offer tree ID techniques, information on trees found in the Long Point Basin,

LPBLT BioBlitz

Location: Shirley and George Pond Nature Reserve
1653 Front Road, St. Williams, ON N0E 1M0
Come out to participate in the LPBLT Canada 150 BioBlitz! This community learning event will have a focus on teaching participants skills and knowledge on plant and butterfly identification throughout the day and bats and

Monarch Madness

During late summer and fall, Monarchs migrate to central Mexico to spend the winter; they are the only insect to undertake this amazing feat. As part of Monarch Watch, a citizen science program aiding in the long-term conservation of this species, Long Point Basin Land Trust will be tagging Monarchs

Mushroom Walk Among Giants

Take in the awe-inspiring sights of the towering beech and sugar maple giants while joining local mushroom enthusiast Inga Hinnerichsen on an educational mushroom walk through LPBLT’s Jackson – Gunn Old Growth Forest. We will be looking at the types of fungi that can flourish in the undergrowth as well