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Walking to save Ontario's turtles. Raising awareness, funding and hope!
Pledges help support our tunnels and trauma campaign; 50% for prevention (to plan and install turtle tunnels) and 50% for cure (to turtle trauma care in Canada's only turtle hospital). 
A program of The Land Between and it's partners of the Toronto Zoo, Ontario Nature, the Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre (Trauma Centre), Trillium Lakelands District School Board, Scales Nature Park, Curve Lake First Nation Cultural Centre, and EcoKare International.

Tricia Hyde

Total Raised: C$410

Donors: 10

Julia Diotallevi

Total Raised: C$140

Donors: 4

The A Team

Total Raised: C$110

Donors: 6

Sarah Coombs

Total Raised: C$100

Donors: 3

Shawn Noble

Total Raised: C$80

Donors: 2

Lorna Kozmik

Total Raised: C$60

Donors: 2

Leora Berman

Total Raised: C$50

Donors: 1

Kimberlee McKinnon

Total Raised: C$50

Donors: 1

Rebecca Troan

Total Raised: C$50

Donors: 1

Ashalynn Fuller

Total Raised: C$40

Donors: 2

Adam Burke

Total Raised: C$30

Donors: 1

Diane Burke

Total Raised: C$315

Donors: 8

Jane Roberts

Total Raised: C$125

Donors: 3

Natalie Reid

Total Raised: C$100

Donors: 4

Lianne Durant

Total Raised: C$80

Donors: 4

Marianne Pedretti

Total Raised: C$70

Donors: 2

Rebecca Willison

Total Raised: C$60

Donors: 1

Melissa Rose

Total Raised: C$50

Donors: 1

Abigail Brown

Total Raised: C$50

Donors: 1

Hannah Lin

Total Raised: C$50

Donors: 1

Aden Addison

Total Raised: C$30

Donors: 1

Tiffany Lawls

Total Raised: C$10

Donors: 1

Engaging kids and people in Citizen Science to conserve turtles.
Turtle Guardians is a collaborative shared program lead by The Land Between charity (the region being home to 1/3 of Ontario's turtles), in partnership with Ontario Turtle Conservation Centre, Scales Nature Park, Ontario Nature, the Toronto Zoo, EcoKare International, Curve Lake First Nation Cultural Centre, and the Trillium Lakelands District School Board. 

The Land Between bioregion is what ecologists call an "ecotone": a regon that sits between two uniform landscapse. The Land Between is found between the Canadian Shield and the St. Lawrence Lowlands. It extends from the Georgian Bay Coast to the Ottawa Valley. As an ecotone The Land Between has species from both northern Ontario and southern Ontario, and therefore has some of the highest biodiversity in the province. It also has the highest habitat diversity, the most shorelines, and the only rock barrends in Ontario. These features make the region attractive to certain species specifically, such as the Five Lined Skink (Ontario's only lizard): the region is home to 97% of these creatures. Also the region is home to 1/3 of Ontario's turtles and 1/4 of Ontario's snakes. Other rare birds, fishes, and insects are also found here. 
The Land Between is a grassroots non-government charity that works wil over 40 local partnrs to deliver projects. We embrace a community-collaborative model through our partnerships and we work across sectors to research, conserve, and enhance each and all of the region's ecological, cultural  and socio-economic features. The organization honours local and Traditonal Ecological Knowledge and the direct experience of landowners/constituents. We are inclusive. The Land Between operates in a Traditional and open Talking Circle and makes decisions by consensus. In fact, The Land Between is the first organization in Canada to honour the Original Treaties, where our Council (Board of Directors) is half First Nation and half neo-settlers. 

Turtle Walk 2018 - Tunnels and Trauma Care

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