Kathleen Knoll has roots extending back six generations to the mid-1800s in Collingwood and the Georgian Triangle. She has strong family connections to the landscape and to the marine/shipbuilding culture of this area. Her grandfather Arnold Knoll worked as an electrician for 25 years at the Collingwood Shipyards and her grandfather [...]
Members of the Trust are well aware of the seriousness of global warming and its negative effects on weather extremes of flooding, drought, forest fires, loss of coral reefs and biodiversity, forced migrations (Syria), disruptions of northern peoples, etc.; and it is going to get worse. Unfortunately, many people believe we [...]
If you haven’t been to a Be The Change (BTC) movie, you’re missing out. These are engaging documentaries on environmental and social themes—they inspire us to ‘be the change’ that we want to see in the world. If you have joined us, thank you! We appreciate your support. The BTC Film [...]
Our most vulnerable species are on the chopping block (Excerpt from Ontario Nature) In its recently introduced omnibus Bill 108, “More Homes, More Choice Act” the province has included provisions that will virtually render ineffective the Endangered Species Act (ESA). Let’s be clear what the government is saying: building housing quickly [...]
By their very nature, pesticides are designed to kill pests and the Trust’s concern is their potential impact on the environment. Hover your mouse over the image and use arrows at the bottom to navigate through the report.