Woodlot at Beare Hill

Ontario’s Climate Change Plan

Until November 16th, the Province of Ontario wants to hear your opinion on a provincial response to Climate Change. “Later this fall, Ontario will release a plan that will identify specific areas of focus to help us tackle and be more resilient to climate change … This made-in-Ontario solution will strike the right balance between Read More

East Point Park Trail

TRCA Trail Strategy

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority is looking for input on their Trail Strategy. Please take a moment to let them know how you use trails to get closer to nature! Your say helps guide policies and recommendations for improving trails all across TRCA jurisdiction. Have Your Say Read More

Snakeroot in flower

TFN at the Biodiversity Strategy Workshop

Yesterday, Bob Kortright and Jason Ramsay-Brown represented TFN at the City of Toronto’s Biodiversity Strategy Workshop at East York Civic Center, attending alongside participants from TRCA, U of T, ProtectNatureTO, and various City divisions. This important strategy aims to “increase the quality and quantity of natural habitat, design the built environment to support more biodiversity, Read More

View of the Don Valley and downtown from Leaside bridge

Municipal Election Kit from ProtectNatureTO

Election Day is only a couple of weeks away. What will your local candidates do to preserve biodiversity and natural heritage in Toronto? As a founding member of ProtectNatureTO (PNTO), we’d like to encourage everyone to make use of this 2018 Election Kit. Find out what your local candidates will do to preserve biodiversity and Read More

Annual garbage cleanup at the Todmorden Mills Wildflower Preserve

City Survey on Single-use and Takeaway Items

The City of Toronto is seeking feedback on approaches to reduce single-use and takeaway items and needs your input! Feedback will be accepted until October 28, 2018. The survey will take about 10 minutes to complete, and starts with relevant background information before asking questions for feedback. Take this survey now Read More

The Toronto Field Naturalists wish to acknowledge this land through which we walk. For thousands of years it has been the traditional land of the Wendat, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississauga of the Credit River. Today it is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to be on this land.