New biodiversity preservation project

Nouveau projet de préservation de la biodiversité

L’Orpailleur is delighted to work with the Granby Zoo and the Dura-club inc. as part of the new project “ Biodiversity in agricultural environments and ecological corridors – a reciprocal service! "

Granby Zoo experts targeted 7 wine growers and/or apple growers in the Town of Dunham with the aim of actively studying and preserving the biodiversity of the same forest corridor.

Over 2 years, the zoo's team of conservation and research biologists will carry out wildlife inventories in order to discover:

  • the animal species found in the Vineyard,
  • the measures to be put in place to protect them.

For winegrowers, a pro-biodiversity certification guide will be adapted.

Field work began in May 2024, we will keep you informed of their progress!


Discover our approach to sustainable cultivation in viticulture, the main objective of which is to minimize man's footprint on nature: Sustainable cultivation of vines at l'Orpailleur .


Discover the wildlife mission of the Granby Zoo and their commitment Commitment to preserving the animal world and their cultural heritage: Granby Zoo | Wildlife mission


Discover their commitment to sustainable progress in agriculture reflects a modern and collaborative dynamic which aims for the continuous improvement of agricultural practices while preserving quality of life in our countryside. Dura-Club services

Photo credit: Granby Zoo

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