Posts Tagged ‘presentation’

KLT Hosts Dr. Dianne Saxe, Environmental Commissioner of Ontario

A .pdf of Dr. Saxe’s presentation is now posted on the Kawartha Land Trust website: http://kawarthalandtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/2018-11-15-Kawartha-Land-Trust-protected-areas-FINAL-web.pdf More than 300 individuals came out to listen to Dr. Dianne Saxe, Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner, speak about Ontario’s Protected Land Shortfall, despite messy weather and roads on Thursday, November 15, 2018. Dr. Saxe talked about the commitment Canada has…

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The PFN Legacy Fund Grant

Martin Pick director Community Foundation of Greater Peterborough presenting cheque for $1145.00 from The PFN Legacy Fund – a fund managed by the Foundation that will provide a yearly grant for PFN special projects.

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Guest Presentation September 13th 7:30pm Matt Ellebeck

Guest Presentation September 13th 7:30pm Matt Ellebeck Camp Kawartha Environment Centre, Peterborough ON Matt Ellebeck (SavetheSalamanders.com) is a Salamander Advocate and Conservationist and a Partner of Amphibian Survival Alliance (ASA) the world’s largest partnership for amphibian conservation. Nicknamed Salamander Man, Matt has developed his passion since he first observed these amphibians as a child and…

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Biodiversity of Thickson’s Woods April 12, 2017

I hope you were able to attend April’s monthly meeting. Phill gave us a wonderful presentation on Thickson’s Woods and we were treated to a beautiful slideshow of Moth’s they have caught there. Thickson’s Woods is the last remnant of old-growth pines on the north shore of Lake Ontario. When in 1983 those pines were…

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Next Monthly Meeting: Thickson’s Woods April 12th

Monthly Meeting:Thickson’s Woods April 12th   I hope you were one of the packed house for Peter B. Mills presentation on Ontario Amphibians.   Please mark your Calendars for April 12th which is our next presentation:   Thickson’s Woods is the last remnant of old-growth pines on the north shore of Lake Ontario. In 1983…

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At our February Meeting

Trent University student, Vanessa Potvin, will be attending our February meeting to update the membership on her natural areas strategy project. Throughout the fall semester, Vanessa has been painstakingly digitizing aerial maps of Peterborough from 1996 that will indicate the historical extent of wetlands, forests, paths, and waterways.  This semester will see Vanessa creating a…

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PFN Monthly Meeting: Fatal Light Awareness Program

I hope you were able to attend the presentation May 11th by Michael Mesure of FLAP.  It was a wonderful and very informative presentation and many were in attendance. He gave advice on how to keep birds from hitting your windows at night and during the day as well as the measures to prevent window…

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