The Friends of Ojibway Prairie is a volunteer organization dedicated to promoting public awareness of the Ojibway Prairie Complex and its unique biological and historical importance. The Friends work closely with the City of Windsor and Ontario Parks to provide assistance with educational programs, special events and restoration projects. The Friends of Ojibway Prairie is a volunteer organization dedicated to promoting public awareness of the Ojibway Prairie Complex and its unique biological and historical importance. 

 
 

About

Find out about our organization, mission, our vision, and the results of our decades of advocacy.

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Take Action

Ready to take the next step? You can become a contributor to our cause, or participate yourself.

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VIEW OUR PHOTO GALLERY

View the variety of insects, mammals, birds and plants that call Ojibway Prairie home.

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Adopt A Snake

Donate $50 towards the cost of a microchip and identification of an endangered Eastern Foxsnake and you will receive a certificate with information on your adopted snake and summary of that individual's activities.