Toolkit for Conservation

By RTH Staff
Published March 12, 2005

Ontario Nature, a volunteer group that protects and restores natural habitats through research, education and conservation, has created a series of publications to help citizens get involved in the political process to conserve and protect natural spaces.

The toolkit includes advice on contacting elected representatives, writing letters effectively, creating news releases, three years of annual reports, a program for stopping sprawl, and a pile of fact sheets on everything from Ontario's wildlife to park boundaries and conservation easements.

If you would like to get involved and don't know how to start, this is a great resource.


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