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PUBLICATIONS

We have a wide range of information at our office. If you would like information on a particular subject please contact us.

Forests, Water AND Climate Change

Despite the proliferation of tree-planting programs in Canada, only limited consideration has been given to the potential impacts of increased forest cover on water resource management at the basin or sub-basin scale.

BioBlitz Protocol

The Community Stewardship Council in partnership with the Centre for Sustainable Watersheds has developed a Bioblitz Protocol: a guidebook and resource package to help community groups plan and implement their BioBlitz event.

A Place In Time

On its tenth anniversary, the Community Stewardship Council of Lanark County decided to commission a document on the status of the county’s natural resources in order to provide a benchmark to help guide its actions, as well as those of other agencies and groups in the county. The Council hoped to put the document in the hands of as many people as possible in order to highlight opportunities for co-operation and to identify priorities when it comes to land stewardship.

VIDEOS

In-Water Brush Bundles

This “how to” video features an in-water brush bundle project undertaken by the Lanark County Stewardship Council in partnership with the Lanark Fish and Game Conservation Club, Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, Dalhousie Lake Association and Watersheds Canada.

Before starting your own project you may want to consult our step by step protocol on In-Water Brush Piles, available here. It includes everything you will need to know, from planning and developing the project through to carrying it out successfully.

Walleye Spawning Bed Enhancement in Ontario   

This “how to” video features three different spawning bed projects undertaken by the Lanark County Stewardship Council in partnership with the Lanark County Stewardship Council in partnership with the Lanark Fish and Game Conservation Club, Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority, Dalhousie Lake Association and Watersheds Canada.

Before starting your own project you may want to consult our step by step protocol on Walleye Spawning Bed Enhancement in Ontario, available here . It includes everything you will need to know, from planning and developing the project through to carrying it out successfully.

Living with Deer

Based on beautiful wildlife footage shot over a period of more that a year, this video brings the life of the white-tailed deer to the screen. In the process it encourages viewers to think about the complex relationship between people, deer, and the natural habitat.1998, Running time 24:39 minutes
Produced by Pinegrove Productions
Executive Producer: Community Stewardship Council of Lanark County
Format: VHS Price: $25.00

Sharing the Land

In Sharing the Land, professionals in the field of wildlife and forestry management give hands-on suggestions for sustainable habitat management. The goal is to try and meet the needs of wildlife (food and shelter), of people (economic, cultural, and recreational), and the land base (health and sustainability).

1999, Running time 31:45 minutes
Produced by Pinegrove Productions
Executive Producer – Community Stewardship Council of Lanark County
Format: VHS Price: $25.00

Reintroducing the Wild Turkey: The story of the wild turkey in Ontario

Ten million wild turkeys populated North America in historic times. By the early 1900’s habitat destruction and unregulated market hunting nearly caused their extinction in Ontario. Starting in 1984, a group of dedicated sportsmen, naturalists and wildlife managers initiated a program to bring wild turkeys back. This video features that story.

2001, Running time 44:00 minutes
Produced by Pinegrove Productions
Executive Producer – Community Stewardship Council of Lanark County
Format: VHS Price: $15.00

Bear With Me: A Young Persons Guide to Black Bear Safety

This program provides young viewers with what they need to know to live safely with black bears.Sometimes funny, always informative, we follow young Josh on his quest to write a story about black bears for his school newspaper. He interviews an expert, has a close encounter with a bear during a camping trip, and learns about all the dos and don’ts of living in bear country.

2006, Running time 17:00 minutes
Produced by Pinegrove Productions
Format: DVD Price: $25.00

 

Black Ratsnake Conservation in Ontario: Understanding and Protecting Canada’s Largest Snake

Canada’s longest species of snake, the black ratsnake, was once found across most of southern Ontario. Today biologists are using radio-tracking and microchip technology to monitor the remaining populations and to add to our understanding of this non-venomous snake. Others are using education and private land stewardship practices in an attempt to preserve this threatened and unique part of Ontario’s natural heritage.

2004, Running time 20:00 minutes
Produced by Friends of Murphys Point Park
Format: VHS (Loaner)