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ppalachian Corridor celebrates its 15th anniversary.  At the origin of the organization, three nature lovers – ecologist Louise Gratton, conservation biologist Francine Hone and the late Terri Monahan, project manager. These three women created and implemented an ambitious conservation project to protect the natural corridor in...

Appalachian Corridor is proud to have contributed to the installation of a crossing structure for turtles and other small animals on the section of Route 245 that crosses Peasley Pond in Bolton-Est in partnership with Quebec’s ministère des Transports, de la Mobilité durable et de...

Appalachian Corridor is pleased to announce the protection in perpetuity of a 13- hectare property in the municipality of Orford. A group of citizens wanted to protect a large property to safeguard its natural habitats. Aware of the ecological importance of this area and sensitive...

Appalachian Corridor joins the Canadian Land Trusts Working Committee and greets the Government of Canada’s commitment to nature. Throughout Canada, critical conservation work is being done on local and regional scales by the country’s land trusts. ...

  Appalachian Corridor is pleased to learn that financial support was finally granted by the provincial government to complete the financial plan for the creation of the Parc des Sommets in Bromont. Mélanie Lelièvre, the organization’s Executive Director,  welcomes "this decision where all parties win: biodiversity,...

The conservation groups Conservation des vallons de la Serpentine (CVS) and Appalachian Corridor are pleased to announce the protection in perpetuity of a 70-hectare property in Bolton-Est. This new protected area is the third ecological gift from Ms. Ann Pâquet, and CVS will now be...