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Since 2000, OPG's regional biodiveristy program has planted more than 6.5 million native trees and shrubs.
Filmmaker Peter Shatalow has documented the restocking of Atlantic Salmon to Lake Ontario and its streams.
OPG has teamed up with Ontario Nature, a non-profit conservation group, on their #BeeWild fundraising drive.
OPG signed an apiculture agreement with a local beekeeper to locate hundreds of bee hives in areas around the hydroelectric stations.
The Eastern small-footed bat, the smallest bat species in Ontario, is facing imminent extinction.
The pair helped track the threatened freshwater species from the shores of the Ottawa River.
The work restores the natural connections within the creek and enhances the conditions for brook trout and other fish species.
OPG will draw down water levels at stations on the Madawaska and Ottawa rivers to help amphibians and reptiles.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
Did you know?
OPG — with our conservation partners — has planted more than 6 million native trees and shrubs since 2000.
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