Collaborators, Partners and Supporters


We would like to acknowledge a variety of partners, organizations, students and individuals that have  contributed to the research projects, inventory and monitoring efforts across southern Ontario.

Thank you to the following partners:

Faculty of Forestry, U of T
Master of Forest Conservation (MFC)

The Niagara Escarpment Commission
Rouge National Urban Park
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (OMNRF)

Natural Heritage Information
Centre - OMNRF


Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MOECC)
City of Kitchener
City of Guelph

Ontario Nature
Lake Simcoe Region    Conservation Authority


Chippewas of Georgina Island
Bruce Peninsula National Park
Thousand Islands National Park
Ontario Parks
University of Waterloo

Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) - Eastern Ontario
Private Landowners:

Eastern Ontario Model Forest (EOMF)
Native Plants  Nursery in Claremont


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Landowners Testimonials


Monika Strak (2017):

"My parents purchased land near Bracebridge in the early 1960s, half of which had been farmed as far back as the 1880s. Since then, much of this land has been transformed for a variety of reasons: plantation plantings of red pine, scots pine, and cherry; wetlands formed by industrious beavers; and unfortunate hardwood harvesting by a logger (we didn’t know any better at the time).
Based on this, I am looking forward to acting as a Partner in Research with Forests in Settled & Urbanized Landscapes, not only to learn more about how these transformations continue to evolve naturally, but also how we can improve the land’s biodiversity as much as possible. I hope that the knowledge gained from the research and projects conducted on site will contribute to the success of future forests throughout Ontario."