Inspiration

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Although rivers hold less than one percent of the total H2O on Earth, they are...

Pollinators and other insects are quick to lend a helping hand in our gardens through...
Compost is often referred to as “black gold” because of its rich colour that radiates...
September 22 marks the 10th anniversary of National Tree Day in Canada. This annual celebration...
In celebration of National Forest Week, we’re taking a walk through one of the most...
How this ancient method of preserving food can help you live a more eco-friendly and...
While you’re out climbing mountains, chasing waterfalls, and soaking in the incredible work of Mother...

Urban beekeeping has made a comeback—and it’s not only good for human food production, it’s...

Kidepo Valley—bordering South Sudan and Kenya on Uganda’s northernmost tip—is Uganda’s most remote national park.
Most food in grocery stores has to travel 1,500+ miles to reach your plate, which...
Old-growth forests are Canada’s—and the world’s—lungs and they’re worth protecting for the sake of our...
Permaculture or “permanent agriculture” is an Indigenous growing method that recognizes the benefit of growing...
By shopping what’s in season and doing some simple meal planning, you’ll get the freshest...
Two of the keys to the environmental movement are reducing the number of new items...
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