In 2016 we celebrated 50 years of nature connection, education, and advocacy!
What adventures will the next 50 years bring? Join us!
Nature Guelph is an active club for nature lovers in the Guelph area. We host monthly meetings with exciting guest speakers, regular outdoor events and field trips in the Guelph area and beyond. We have a special interest group for wildflower-lovers, a Young Naturalists program for kids 6-10 and a Naturalists in Training program for kids 11-16.
Our membership is open to nature lovers of all ages and backgrounds. There’s always room for new members, and visitors are always welcome. Not sure that Nature Guelph is for you? Feel free to join us at any of our meetings or outdoor events, and we’re sure you’ll be hooked!
You may know Nature Guelph by its previous name: the Guelph Field Naturalists. The name may have changed, but our love of nature has remained the same since our founding in 1966!
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Help Build and Protect the Eramosa River Conservation Corridor
Nature Guelph has committed to donating $10,000 from our Land Trust Reserve Fund to help raresites (an initiative of the rare Charitable Research Reserve) purchase a significant property along the Eramosa River. The Club has also committed to match individual member donations up to an additional $10,000! Click here for more information from raresites on how you can donate today.
Youth Program Registration now open!
Nature Guelph, in close partnership with the Grand River Conservation Authority, provides two hands-on education programs for young nature lovers: Young Naturalists (ages 6–10) and Naturalists-in-Training (ages 11–16). Each program is offered in two sessions: Fall/Winter ($50) and Winter/Spring ($60). Sign your children and teens up today: Young NATs (6-10) and NITs (Naturalists-in-Training, 11-16). For more information click here.