Kenauk is an ideal location for a research institute because of it’s uniqueness as a pristine watershed and a wildlife corridor. With over 60 lakes and a myriad of flora and fauna species, the property of Kenauk has endless possibilities for research. Thanks to the Nature Conservancy of Canada and a dedicated team of biologists we have nearly complete inventories of all our species to facilitate research opportunities as well as long term monitoring and conservation.

Pods

The Kenauk Institute offers our guests and researchers unique accommodations in our pod village. These small but cozy cabins are equipped with all the basic necessities and comforts to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

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Pods

The Kenauk Institute offers our guests and researchers unique accommodations in our pod village. These small but cozy cabins are equipped with all the basic necessities and comforts to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

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Lakes

The property of Kenauk has more then 60 lakes, 24 of which are actively available for recreational fishing.  The lakes vary greatly in size, depth and species composition as well some are stocked while others aren’t.

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Lakes

The property of Kenauk has more then 60 lakes, 24 of which are actively available for recreational fishing.  The lakes vary greatly in size, depth and species composition as well some are stocked while others aren’t.

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Fauna

The plant and animal species that occur at Kenauk are diverse and abundant unlike many of the surrounding areas.  Nestled between the metropolitan centers of Montreal and Ottawa/Gatineau, Kenauk is a unique property that has never in it’s history been developed, offering santuary to a diversity of plants and animals.

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Fauna

The plant and animal species that occur at Kenauk are diverse and abundant unlike many of the surrounding areas.  Nestled between the metropolitan centers of Montreal and Ottawa/Gatineau, Kenauk is a unique property that has never in it’s history been developed, offering santuary to a diversity of plants and animals.

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Flora

The plant and animal species that occur at Kenauk are diverse and abundant unlike many of the surrounding areas.  Nestled between the metropolitan centers of Montreal and Ottawa/Gatineau, Kenauk is a unique property that has never in it’s history been developed, offering santuary to a diversity of plants and animals.

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Flora

The plant and animal species that occur at Kenauk are diverse and abundant unlike many of the surrounding areas.  Nestled between the metropolitan centers of Montreal and Ottawa/Gatineau, Kenauk is a unique property that has never in it’s history been developed, offering santuary to a diversity of plants and animals.

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Watershed

A watershed or drainage basin is defined as an area of land where all the surface water and the groundwater converges into a single point at a lower elevation, usually the exit of the watershed, where the water joins another waterbody such as a river, lake or the ocean.  The property of Kenauk encompasses almost entirely a complete watershed.

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Watershed

A watershed or drainage basin is defined as an area of land where all the surface water and the groundwater converges into a single point at a lower elevation, usually the exit of the watershed, where the water joins another waterbody such as a river, lake or the ocean.  The property of Kenauk encompasses almost entirely a complete watershed.

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Wildlife Corridor

A wildlife corridor is defined as a protected route that allows wildlife to move safely between areas of suitable habitat. Kenauk is thought to act as a corridor of wilderness connecting wildlife populations to the Papineau-Labelle Wildlife Reserve and the Mont-Tremblant National Park which would otherwise be separated by human activities or structures and development.

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Wildlife Corridor

A wildlife corridor is defined as a protected route that allows wildlife to move safely between areas of suitable habitat. Kenauk is thought to act as a corridor of wilderness connecting wildlife populations to the Papineau-Labelle Wildlife Reserve and the Mont-Tremblant National Park which would otherwise be separated by human activities or structures and development.

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