Ojibway's Tallgrass Prairie
The Ojibway Prairie Complex in Windsor, Ontario is a rare five park system that holds some of Canada's and the globe's most endangered ecosystems.
The Ojibway Prairie Provincial Nature Reserve is unique, as it hosts one of the largest remnants of Tallgrass Prairie in Canada. It is one of the earth's most endangered plant communities.
Professor Larry Lamb of the University of Waterloo calls Ojibway Prairie an "important ecological reserve", "it has greater biodiversity that Algonquin Park or the Bruce Peninsula" Harboring more rare species than any other provincial park in Ontario.
Ojibway needs our help.
Protect Ojibway, some of the last nature Windsor has. It's globally endangered, home to 4000 species. Avoid driving on Matchette and Malden in the Ojibway area, especially during endangered species spring migration. Drivers have killed over 300 endangered species. Driving on these roads causes extinction. Avoid Matchette and Malden, prevent extinction and protect Ojibway. Choose alternative routes (Herb Gray Parkway and Ojibway Parkway). Do your part to stop extinction.