Connecting people with nature in Ontario's Mississippi Valley
Mississippi River at Pakenham
Currently in its second edition, this popular local reference book is Keddy's inspiring and expert account of the natural beauty and natural history of Lanark County.

This book contains information relating to geology, forests, wetlands, plants, animals, and the unique and ecologically important places in Lanark County; with 19 maps.

Copies are available for sale at MVFN’s monthly lecture meetings, with proceeds to MVFN programs.

Visit Dr. Paul Keddy’s website at http://www.drpaulkeddy.com/

Link to   ‘An Ecological Profile of Lanark County’ , a video presentation of Dr. Keddy’s 2014 presentation to the Ottawa Field Naturalists.

 

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Our natural history talks are at 7:30 pm on the third Thursday in January, February, March, April,  September, October and November at Almonte United Church, 106 Elgin St. in Almonte, Ontario. All are welcome to attend! Non-members $5. 

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