Community Partners L – R
Mississauga Bassmasters is one of the largest clubs of the 26 Chapters in the Ontario B.A.S.S. Federation Nation. The Mississauga Bassmasters club is comprised of boaters & non-boaters, with progressive angling skills from beginner to successful pro-angler.
The Oak Ridges Moraine Foundation (ORMF) is a non-profit organization mandated to preserve and enhance the Oak Ridges Moraine. Originally established as a granting agency in 2002 following the implementation of the Provincial Government Oak Ridges Moraine Conservation Plan, the ORMF has successfully provided funds to many different partners in support of stewardship, education, research, the Oak Ridges Moraine Trail and land securement projects.
The Land Trust ensures that significant Moraine properties, including lands for the Oak Ridges Trail, are protected in perpetuity through strategic land securement and related long term stewardship.
Mailing Address: The Gatehouse, 13990 Dufferin St. N.
City: King City
Postal Code: L7B 1B3
Phone Number: (905) 833-3171
Fax: (905) 833-6619
Phone Number: (905) 833-3171 ext 32
Membership size: 50
The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters represents over 100,000 members, subscribers and supporters and 670 clubs. It is the largest fish and wildlife conservation based organization in Ontario, and is the voice of anglers and hunters.
Phone Number: (705) 748-6324 ext 270
Membership Size: 84,600
Ontario’s heritage is everything we have inherited that we value and wish to preserve for future generations. It is a living legacy that helps us understand our past, provides context for the present and influences our future.
10 Adelaide Street, East
City: Toronto, ON Postal Code: M5C 1J3
The Ontario Invasive Plant Council (OIPC) is a non-profit, multi-agency organization founded in April 2007 by a group of individuals and organizational representatives to coordinate provincial response to the growing threat of invasive plants.
Membership size: 105
The Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association (OSCIA) is a non-profit farm organization with over 4,000 members from all commodity groups in 55 local Associations. Our Mission is to facilitate responsible economic management of soil, water, air and crops through development and communication of innovative farming practices.
Alternate Name: OSCIA
Mailing Address: 1 Stone Road West
Postal Code: N1G 4Y2
Phone Number: (519) 826-4214
Fax: (519) 826-4224
Phone Number: (519) 826-4212
Membership size: 4000
Ontario Stewardship is a community-based environmental program of the Ministry of Natural Resources. Ontario Stewardships strength lies in its Community Stewardship Councils, distributed across southern Ontario and in communities in the north. Ontario Stewardship currently consists of 45 community-based stewardship councils located throughout the province. Ontario Stewardship links landowners, land interest groups and agencies to encourage and support responsible resource stewardship. Ontario Stewardship councils provide an opportunity for volunteers and partners to assist in the conservation, enhancement and wise use of natural resources.
Alternate Name: Ministry of Natural Resources Ontario Stewardship Program
Mailing Address: 300 Water Street
Postal Code: K9J 8M5
Membership size: 100+
Established in 1995, Ontario Streams is a non-profit environmental organization dedicated to the conservation and rehabilitation of streams and wetlands, through education and community involvement. Since our inception we have worked closely with numerous communities, landowners, and school groups to develop lasting partnerships in education and environmental stewardship.
Phone Number: (905) 713-7399
The Peel Federation of Agriculture is part of Ontario Federation of Agriculture an agricultural lobbying group. We are interested in agricultural issues/concerns that affect the local farmers in Peel.
Phone number: (905) 702-0175
Membership Size: 420
P.O.W.E.R. works to, educate, foster actions and develop measured solutions that address unsustainable patterns and approaches that affect the quality of life and health of our planet. We believe that a healthy environment is the foundation for a bright future. Recognizing this, P.O.W.E.R. works to develop proactive projects, programs, directions and policies that recognize the necessity, importance, value and role of natural spaces, native species and ecosystem function and flows for sustainable communities.
The Rattray Marsh Protection Association identifies opportunities and/or methods to raise funds in support of specific, board approved projects and to take the lead in implementing those fundraising efforts.
Alternate Name: RMPA
Mailing Address: 1255 Old Derry Road
Postal Code: L5N 6R4
Phone Number: (905) 670-1615 x 247
Fax: (905) 670-2210
Phone Number: (9050 670-1615 x 247
Membership Size: 10
The Riverwood Conservancy (TRC) is a volunteer- and member-based charity that provides programs and services to the community in nature and environmental education, stewardship, gardening and volunteerism at the Riverwood Park.
Mailing Address: 4300 Riverwood Park Lane
Postal Code: L5C2S7
Phone Number: (905) 279-5878
Fax: (905) 279-4303
Phone Number: (905) 279-5878
Membership size: 250