Give Mom flowers that will bloom all year

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Sowing the Seeds of Change with Community Gardens

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Can Natural Buffers Help Mitigate Road Salt Pollution?

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Watersheds Canada Recognizes World Wetlands Day

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Wetlands: How Marshes and Swamps Can Save the World

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You Can Give Our Lakes and Rivers a Fighting Chance

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A gift of a greener earth: symbolically adopt a turtle, salamander, osprey, or sandpiper!

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The Eastern Red-Backed Salamander and Our Shared Shoreline Responsibility

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What’s your favourite river?

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The Doug Smith story

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Watersheds Canada now accepting intents of interest for Canada-wide climate change resilient shorelands project!

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News release – “Sustaining our Freshwater” pilot program enhances freshwater health in Municipalities of South Frontenac, Tweed

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Watersheds Canada’s Natural Edge Program nominated for prestigious conservation award

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News Release – Muskrat Lake restored with 12,500 native plants thanks to Coors Seltzer

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Natural Edge shoreline restoration program is a finalist for the Water Canada 2023 Awards

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Mother’s Day gifts that help Canada’s pollinators

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News release – Quinte, Cataraqui watersheds benefit from nature-based solutions to protect freshwater health

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How to Soften a Shoreline Property

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How Native Plants Help with Erosion Control

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News Release – Two waves of federal funding a signal of hope for Canada’s freshwater future

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Enter to win a beautifully hand-crafted Common Loon!

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MEDIA RELEASE – Launch of new “Sustaining our Freshwater” pilot program for Municipalities of South Frontenac, Tweed

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Giving Back to Your Freshwater: Using the Natural Edge Program to create a resilient and beautiful shoreline

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Gifts of Freshwater: Symbolically adopt an otter, beaver, wild columbine, and brook trout

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20 years of Watersheds Canada

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Watersheds Canada launches an email campaign to rescind Ford’s Bill 23

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“Amazing real-world learning” for students, Morrisburg residents restoring park’s waterfront

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Septic Systems: they may be out of sight, but they shouldn’t be out of mind!

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The benefits of vegetated riprap

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Media Release – Natural Edge Program helps keep St. Lawrence River healthy for property owners, boaters, anglers, and anyone who uses the river

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Algae: Pond Scum or Essential?

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Media Release – Thousand Islands Area Residents’ Association facilitates education and restoration workshop with residents and Watersheds Canada’s Natural Edge Program

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Helping Your New Plants Thrive

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Media Release – Pugnose Shiner fish on West Lake, Ontario sees restored habitat, increased awareness thanks to community-led project

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Stay Natural, Stay Safe around Ticks

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The Land Between’s shoreland naturalization program review 2021 is now available

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How-to: Plant Your Own Pollinator Garden

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Natural Edge Program receives 2021 grant from Ontario Community Environment Fund

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Media Release – OTF Helps Watersheds Canada Revitalize Quinte Watershed

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Media Release – Community-led effort on Wellers Bay and East Lake, Ontario has lasting impacts for the Pugnose Shiner fish, a Species at Risk

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Seed and Genetic Diversity

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Media release – By 2024, 3km of shoreline in St. Lawrence River Area of Concern to be restored by Natural Edge Program, Mohawk Council of Akwesasne, local partners

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Get to Know your Pollinators!

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Top 5 Ways to Support Winter Wildlife

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Watersheds Canada featured on CBC News – “Shorelines ‘not a backyard swimming pool,’ lakefront landowners reminded”

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Media release – Watersheds Canada to launch Canada’s first and only natural shoreline restoration software

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Media Release – Watersheds Canada’s Natural Edge Program nominated for 2021 Nature Inspiration Award

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Media release – Quinte Watershed Re-Naturalized with 7,780 Native Plants Thanks to the Natural Edge Program and Quinte Conservation

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Media Release Quinte Watershed Benefits from Native Plants Thanks to the Natural Edge Program

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Media Release – The Natural Edge Program is a Perfect Fit for Local Farmers

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