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Bird Friendly Ottawa / Ville D'amie des Oiseaux Ottawa logo

Bird Friendly Ottawa / Ville D'amie des Oiseaux Ottawa Ottawa, ON

Our mission is to implement bird friendly actions in Ottawa to create safer urban environments for birds. Our team seeks to complete its mission by: Addressing and mitigating key threats to birds in our city; Protecting and restoring natural habitat and increasing climate resiliency in our city; Conducting community outreach and education.
Working with partner organizations, our volunteer team is pursuing “Bird Friendly City” certification from Nature Canada.

Last Updated: 13-04-2024

CAFES (Community Associations for Environmental Sustainability) logo

CAFES (Community Associations for Environmental Sustainability) Ottawa, ON

CAFES (Community Associations for Environmental Sustainability) is a network of local environmental and climate leaders in the city of Ottawa. CAFES was founded in 2010 and federally incorporated as a non-profit in 2021. Our network includes over 250 individual and organizational representatives from across 20 wards and over 50 neighbourhoods. Our organizational members are urban, suburban and rural community associations, environmental organizations and citizens’ groups. Our individual members are citizens who are active in their communities and concerned with living in ecological balance. The mission of CAFES is to create and safeguard a more healthy, resilient and livable city by means of local action, advocacy and community building.

Last Updated: 02-04-2024

Canadian Conservation Corps (CCC) Flex logo

Canadian Conservation Corps (CCC) Flex National

Looking for a meaningful way to give back to your community and connect with nature? Then CCC Flex is the program for you! CCC Flex is a new free and flexible stream of the Canadian Conservation Corps (CCC), CWF's incredible program for youth between the ages of 18 to 30 meant to inspire participants to develop their passion for conservation, awareness of their natural environment, and a deeper appreciation.
Become a conservation trailblazer in your community while still maintaining your other commitments, having fun and making connections. The program is open to all regardless of physical, economic, or other barriers; this is a no cost program with free enrollment that encourages youth of all ability levels and outdoor experience to join.

Last Updated: 22-03-2024

Canadian Conservation Corps / Corps de conservation canadien (CCC) logo

Canadian Conservation Corps / Corps de conservation canadien (CCC) National

Here is your once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience Canada in a unique way while having a real impact on conservation. The Canadian Conservation Corps (CCC) connects youth ages 18 to 30 to field placements with conservation partners across the country, along with leadership skills training and adventure travel opportunities designed to inspire and challenge your personal development. You’ll then develop your own idea into a meaningful service project in your home community. It’s a service learning journey that leaves you with new skills, experience in conservation, and new perspectives on the importance of volunteer service. Are you ready for what could be the greatest adventure of your life? Change your life. Change the world.

Last Updated: 11-03-2024

Centretown NeighbourWoods logo

Centretown NeighbourWoods Ottawa, ON

Centretown NeighbourWoods is a community-based tree inventory, monitoring and stewardship program. NeighbourWoods is designed to help community groups and volunteers conduct an inventory of their urban forest and use that information to inform urban forest stewardship in their communities and neighbourhoods. NeighbourWoods is also an exciting way of being active, interacting with the people in your community and learning all about the trees close to where you live. The Centretown NeighbourWoods team was formed in 2021 to promote actions that protect and enhance the urban tree canopy within Centretown and beyond. These efforts will help mitigate local impacts of climate change.

Last Updated: 23-04-2024