Windsor’s Ojibway Tallgrass Prairie complex is a natural and national treasure. Pressured from all sides by urban development, Ojibway contains more biodiversity than does Algonquin Park or the Bruce Peninsula. At present it is a patchwork of protected and unprotected areas. Appeals to the Government of Ontario have failed to stop incursions that threaten Ojibway.
Ojibway’s principle advocate, Nancy Pancheshan, and her Friends of saveojibway neighbours, are now petitioning the Government of Canada to create the Ojibway Prairie Urban National Park. Click here to add your signature to this campaign to preserve the rare and threatened Canadian treasure that is Ojibway.