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OPG Biodiversity

 OPG Biodiversity

Our Lakefield station entered service in June 1928. That’s 89 years of clean, renewable power for #Ontario.… https://t.co/6oJ8UxTDS8

Thu Jun 22 19:17:16

There’s a whole lot of buzzing going on at our DeCew stations near @St_Catharines: https://t.co/7RGjgYnfhl… https://t.co/cFu32apqZs

Thu Jun 22 18:23:28

Lake sturgeon, a threatened species, is getting a second chance to flourish in northwest #Ontario:… https://t.co/JqpTef6SS8

Thu Jun 22 17:24:53

 

Committed to Protecting Ontario's Environment

OPG has partnered with the Bruce Trail Conservancy, Earth Rangers, Friends of the Earth Canada, LEAF, Ontario Nature, Rouge Park and Toronto Wildlife Centre to support important programs and events, that make it easy and fun for you and your family to get involved with our environment. 

We didn’t just turn green because it’s the thing to do. Biodiversity is in our nature. We’ve been committed to protecting Ontario’s environment and conserving biodiversity since we began operating. Over the years OPG has supported the planting more than 6.5 million native trees and shrubs, and created habitats throughout the province that support a wide diversity of plant and animal species.

Learn more about our partnering to protect biodiversity and our commitment to the environment.

OPG Regional Biodiversity Program

A Northern Leopard frog
​Our Regional Biodiversity Program is strategically focused on funding efforts that contribute to the protection and restoration of a natural heritage system of habitat cores, and corridors across Ontario. Through this program, we fund woodland, wetland, grassland, lakes and rivers, and urban biodiversity projects. Learn more.