The restoration of drained wetland habitat led to increased habitat, saved crops and a more profitable farm.
Restoration project to conserve ecologically-significant wetlands and build spawning sites for turtles.
A rehabilitated wetland and mud flat which provides important breeding and migratory ground for birds.
Restoration of a wildlife sanctuary and National Historic site, including the installation of a carp-exclusion fishway, replanting of native species, and other initiatives to improve water quality within the marsh.
Rehabilitation of an abandoned quarry site to create a fen – the rarest form of wetland in Ontario – and created important habitat for flora and fauna.
Nine hectares of new coastal marsh were created to provide more wetland habitat near the city of Toronto. Cell 2 at Tommy Thompson Park is a 9.5 hectare wetland. Habitat features include deep pockets for overwintering fish and herptiles; in-water shoals, root wads and...