Are you interested in learning about the conservation and rehabilitation of stream, river and wetland habitats? We have the perfect program for you! Join us on Wednesday, January 12, for a virtual presentation by Ontario Streams, where you will learn about the aquatic species at risk in Caledon and the Greater Toronto Area, and what actions we all can take to make a positive impact on the environment.
But until then, learn more about the conservation of aquatic habitats with these must-reads:
Alexandra Morton has been called “the Jane Goodall of Canada” because of her passionate thirty-year fight to save British Columbia’s wild salmon. Her account of that fight is both inspiring in its own right and a roadmap of resistance.
Imperiled Ocean by ocean journalist Laura Trethewey is a deeply reported work of narrative journalism that follows people as they head out to sea. What they discover holds inspiring and dire implications for the life of the ocean — and for all of us back on land.
The Death and Life of the Great Lakes is prize-winning reporter Dan Egan’s compulsively readable portrait of an ecological catastrophe happening right before our eyes, blending the epic story of the lakes with an examination of the perils they face and the ways we can restore and preserve them for generations to come.
Eloquently and passionately, marine biologist Helen Scales brings to life the majesty and mystery of an alien realm that nonetheless sustains us, while urgently making clear the price we could pay if it is further disrupted. The Brilliant Abyss is at once a revelation and a clarion call to preserve this vast unseen world.