23 Aug Katanontanohnha’: 92 hectares of land added to Appalachian Corridor’s network of protected areas
We are pleased to announce the protection of 92 hectares (227 acres) of land in Saint-Étienne-de-Bolton. This land features a remarkable ecological diversity and its protection brings to more than 13,300 hectares the total area protected by private owners on the territory where Appalachian Corridor and its partners focus their efforts. “We are thrilled to announce the acquisition of this property. It is a key element in our conservation strategy aiming to connect the Sutton Mountains to Mount Orford to safeguard the connectivity of large forest blocks, critical for biodiversity” said Mélanie Lelièvre, Executive Director at Appalachian Corridor.