Mission: Fragile Inheritance promotes and supports the long term study of species and
habitats, human & environmental effects on them, and the conservation of biodiversity,
based on the lifetime work of Fred Schueler & Aleta Karstad.
6 St-Lawrence St
Bishops Mills Oxford Station
Ontario, Canada KOG 1T0
(613) 299-3107 email@example.com
2005: CARCNET Silver Salamander award presented to Fred for local herpetological conservation.
2007: Limerick Forest Advisory Committee, Fred presented with Volunteer Award
2011: Ottawa Field Naturalist Club presented the Mary Stuart Education Award to Fred and Aleta to recognize their commitment to natural history education, including the Nature List and “Mudpuppy Night in Oxford Mills”
2012: Tri-Valley Conservation Award presented to Fred and Aleta by the Rideau Valley Conservation Authority
2014: North Grenville Heritage Award presented to Fred and Aleta by the North Grenville Historical Society and the North Grenville Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee for preserving, protecting, and promoting local heritage and history.
2018: Robert Bateman Award, presented to Aleta by the Canadian Wildlife Federation.
2020: Canadian Herpetological Society Michael Rankin Distinguished Canadian Herpetologist award presented to Fred
2020: Glen Davis Conservation Leadership Prize awarded by World Wildlife Fund and Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society - Ottawa Valley, to Fred and Aleta
2021-present: Fred and Aleta named honorary members of the Ottawa Field Naturalists Club
What can we do to increase awareness of habitat loss, invasive
and human impact on nature?
There is no other independent organized group in Canada which is dedicated to promoting long
term monitoring. This is your chance to support the work of Fragile Inheritance.
About the book...
a painter's ecology of glaciated North America
lavishly illustrated with watercolours and
descriptive prose from sea to sea
drawing the baseline for
a legacy of beauty and
change - Aleta Karstad
and Frederick W .
Schueler's life work