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Issue 6NatureNature Issue 6Species

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Swallowville: Pop. 200

The travellers who arrive here come from as far away as Panama and Colombia to this spot in the spring, where over thirty nest boxes stand. Welcome to...

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Climate ChangeIssue 6NatureNature Issue 6

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Fly Away Home

Every year, the beginning of spring seems to inch further and further up the calendar year, like a caterpillar inching up a branch. The official start date of...

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ConservationIssue 6NatureNature Issue 6

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A Place To Come Home

They say that “if you build it, they will come” but when it comes to restoring a natural area and creating habitat, it’s not that simple. That’s...

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Issue 6IssuesNatureNature Issue 6Sustainability

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Tiny House

“Drive up the laneway, past the barn on the right, keep driving up the laneway and you’ll see parking on the left. Walk back across the laneway and...

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CommunityCommunity Issue 6Dispatches From The FieldIssue 6

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Dispatches From The Field

See the flora and fauna recently spotted by Conservation Halton ecologists in our watershed....

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CommunityCommunity Issue 6Health and WellnessIssue 6

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Meditation Hikes

Picture yourself meditating: eyes closed, legs crossed, sitting on the floor, the backs of your hands resting on your knees, scolding yourself as your...

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CommunityCommunity Issue 6Issue 6Outreach

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Common Ground

From spring to fall, on just about any day, someone can be found planting, pruning, watering or weeding at the Grow to Give garden. But the tomatoes they tend...

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CommunityCommunity Issue 6EducationIssue 6

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Will You Take the Challenge?

Mindful Consumption & the #HaltonWasteChallenge Have you ever thought about what happens to our waste after it’s picked up from the curb? Or about ways...

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