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CommunityCommunity Issue 5Health and WellnessIssue 5

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A Short Walk Away

When we think about being nature, we tend to imagine a long walk in the woods, but research shows that even a short stroll through a small greenspace in your...

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CommunityCommunity Issue 5EducationIssue 5

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Nature For All Abilities

The forest and trails have always felt like a safe space for my family to explore and learn.  I can still recall the list of birds as we would walk the...

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CommunityCommunity Issue 5Issue 5Outreach

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Land: They’re Not Making it Anymore

“Buy land. They’re not making it anymore” – Mark Twain Conservation Halton is the largest, non-provincial government, landowner in our...

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CommunityCommunity Issue 5Dispatches From The FieldIssue 5

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Dispatches From The Field

See the flora and fauna recently spotted by Conservation Halton ecologists in our watershed. Follow us on Twitter for real-time updates....

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CommunityCommunity Issue 4EducationIssue 4

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Climate Change SOS (Save Our Syrup)

Situated between winter and spring in Ontario lies a fifth and oft forgotten season of the year, maple season (although cases could be made for a sixth and...

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CommunityCommunity Issue 4Issue 4Outreach

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Celebrating Everyday Heroes

“Real heroes are all around us and uncelebrated”, said Peter Capaldi in an interview with the London Evening Standard. Capaldi is the twelfth actor to play...

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CommunityCommunity Issue 4Health and WellnessIssue 4

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Have a Cup O’ Kindness Yet – Pine Tea

In 1535, Jaques Cartier became stranded on the St. Lawrence River in the middle of winter and many of his men soon began to die from scurvy. It wasn’t until...

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CommunityCommunity Issue 4Issue 4Letters to the Editor

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Letters to the Editor

Snip Snip The article gently sidesteps the fact that trees are cut and removed to be sold for profit. That is why the strongest trees are let to grow and then...

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CommunityCommunity issue 3EducationIssue 3

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The Land That Reaches The Sky

As leaves tell us the story of the year in the changing seasons– from vivid greens at the beginning, to splashy reds and oranges at apex, and finally the...

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CommunityCommunity issue 3Health and WellnessIssue 3

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Dead Man’s Fingers

Even the witches in Macbeth knew the sinister nature of hemlock when they foretold the death of Macbeth, stirring their cauldron and chanting “root of...

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