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Harvesting Time

Seeds are held close to the heart in many of the cultures Indigenous to Turtle Island. This is certainly true for the Iroquoian societies of the Lower Great...

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Where the Wild Things Go

Believe it or not, Hamilton Harbour is home to a diverse fish community. It sustains at least 45 species, and perhaps more surprisingly to some, the fish...

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Arriving at the Anthropocene

Sky water. It needs no fence. Nations come and go without defiling it. It is a mirror which no stone can crack, whose quicksilver will never wear off, whose...

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Bearing South

When people think of black bears, they think of Northern Canada and deep forests. These majestic mammals are a symbol of the great outdoors. Anyone who has...

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A Science and an Art

I love going for early morning walks along the trails, especially if there is a slight mist or fog in the air … the sun not long up, creating atmospheric...

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Wiley Coyotes

When we think of coyotes, most of us picture one standing on the edge of a cliff, howling at the moon, with a mountain range in the distance, but more and more...

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Stuck in the Suburbs

Most of us, when we think about cycling as a means of transportation, picture a thirty-something guy riding a fixed-gear, drop-handlebar Bianchi, zipping past...

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Crossing the Canyon

If the word “canyon” conjures images of red rock and juniper trees, you might be surprised to learn that there is a canyon right here in your...

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