Helping reptiles a year-round undertaking

Land Trust volunteers and landowners conserve Carolinian reptiles come wind, rain or snow
 (Port Rowan, 22 February 2011) Over the last two years, volunteers and staff from the Long Point Basin Land Trust (LPBLT) have been working with landowners, the public, conservation groups and countless partners to help our region’s

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Reptile Sightings Wanted!

– Fall is perfect time to participate in Land Trust reptile atlas project –
 (Port Rowan, Ontario)  The Long Point Basin Land Trust is encouraging the public to participate in its reptile research and conservation project. Helping out is as simple as reporting turtle or snake sightings through the Land

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Business Partners Pitch in for Nature

– Growing Network of Green Groups supporting Land Trust Conservation Efforts –
 (Port Rowan, Ontario)  Local businesses and musicians are throwing their support behind the Long Point Basin Land Trust’s (LPBLT) conservation efforts in our community. The Land Trust is a charitable non-government conservation group which protects natural habitats, helps

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Reptile Atlas Volunteers Wanted!

– Long Point Land Trust encourages public to report turtle and snake sightings –
 (Port Rowan, Ontario)  The Long Point Basin Land Trust is encouraging the public to participate in its reptile research and conservation project. Helping out is as simple as reporting turtle or snake sightings through the Land

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Land Trust Launches “Gardening with Native Plants” Handbook

– Conservation group donates new guide to local schools for Earth Week –
 (Port Rowan, Ontario.)  In celebration of Earth Week and International Biodiversity Year, the Long Point Basin Land Trust has launched a new publication tailored specifically to southern Ontario’s Carolinian Region. Gardening with Native Plants: A Biodiversity Handbook

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Viewpoint – Winter 2010

This special update highlights recent conservation efforts in the Long Point Basin which are helping to protect and recover populations of native turtles and snakes. As we mark the United Nations’ International Year of Biodiversity, it seems a fitting time to recognize work being undertaken by the Land Trust

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Viewpoint – Spring 2009

This newsletter is being published at a particularly exciting time. The Land Trust has had its best year ever with heightened levels of support and participation from our growing community. Our capacity building project is now finished and surpassed many of the goals we had set. The Arthur Langford Nature

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Viewpoint – Summer 2008

Our first newsletter highlights the successful completion of our fundraising campaign for the Arthur Langford Nature Reserve and profiles the Trust’s first reserve, the Jackson – Gunn Old Growth Forest. It also highlights efforts to build new conservation programs in Carolinian Canada.  Read the newsletter here.

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