Thanks to a generous grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, The Riverwood Conservancy will be able to make enhancements to our environmental conservation and restoration projects within Riverwood.
A look back at how our first teaching turtles made the move from a public school classroom to our field station.
While you stay safe at home, you can look a little closer at nearby nature and make daily observations of our environment using a sit spot.
The membership of The Riverwood Conservancy has appointed Carolyn Sherk as Chair of the Board of Directors.
The North American bird migration is in full swing in May, and if you pay close attention, you may notice some interesting new birds showing up in your backyard or local green space.
Riverwood plays host to about 150 species of birds, the vast majority of which are classified as perching birds known as passerines.
We’re looking ahead to this summer, and hoping that we’ll be able to get back to our essential conservation work – and we hope that work includes you!
Our Enabling Garden Coordinator, Jane New, reflects on what we can learn from COVID-19, and how we can apply that to our relationship with nature.
We posed two questions to our staff and volunteers to see if they’ve gained anything good out of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Riverwood Conservancy’s offices may be closed as a precaution, but you can still connect with nature here at Riverwood.