Beth Anne Fischer goes underground with earthworms. Brenna Bartley takes us on a field trip. Norm Miller considers why we have educational festivals. Erica Scime reports on keepsake seeds. Karlee May follows the smoke to the fire.
Norm Miller tells us why only rain goes down the drain. Erica Scime weighs the pros and cons of spring water. Brenna Bartley takes us down to the murky bottom of Crawford Lake. Karlee May has a small big problem with zebra mussels.
Steve Paquette shows us an Indigenous Perspective of the Escarpment. Erin Mallon uncovers what lives in a leaf pile. Erica Scime warns us about poison on the forest floor. Karlee May explains why leaves are losing their colour.
Julia Marko Dunn tells us how long term monitoring impacts climate change. Richard Baxter answers the question “How did the wildlife cross the road?” Brenna Bartley sadly informs us about the loss of maple syrup. Norm Miller introduces us to the real heroes in the watershed.
Erica Scime takes us on a short walk in a greenspace. Tania Hutton welcomes us to Autism Nature Club. Sandra Davey tells us who impaled the mouse on a hawthorn tree. Kestrel Wraggett awards full marks in sustainability.
Erica Scime visits a tiny home, and a community garden. Heather Govender challenges us to waste less. Karlee May waits for the birds to come back, and catches feathers with Tree Swallows.