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Post by IanJackson » Mon Oct 14, 2013 7:17 pm

I am looking for people to hook up and visit Old Growth Sites in Ontario and perhaps try to think of ways we can make a difference.

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Post by Larry Tucei » Tue Oct 15, 2013 3:23 pm

Hi Ian- Welcome to NTS! Someone will respond to your request but it takes a while at times. Our members check in and out of the forum at different times some daily some weekly, etc. Look on our site for postings on Canada, Trip reports and postings, that might help you. Larry- Live Oak Project

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Re: Connecting

Post by wrecsvp » Wed Oct 16, 2013 6:31 pm

Hi Ian,
I and a few other people in Ontario are working on finding remnant old growth woodlots, and populations of uncommon legacy species such as Red Spruce and Rock Elm (and many more); a main goal is the conservation of the very little old growth (and old secondary growth) which remains, along with native species which have disconcertingly low populations. Feel free to message me and I'd be happy to connect you with others sharing similar interests.

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