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AdaptationNatureNature - Adapt - 10Sustainability

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Let the Sun Shine In

My alarm clock would buzz at an obnoxiously early hour, and it would seem that the birds and I were the only ones in the whole city waking up. I’d quickly...

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AdaptationNatureNature - Adapt - 10Species

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Road Trip

Roads take us to new places and we have many wonderful adventures, even when a tire blows or the vehicle breaks down.  But. These adventures come at a cost,...

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ConservationHabitat - Issue 9NatureNature - Habitat - 9

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Making Nice With the Neighbours

As humans, our habitat looks like houses and apartments, made of wood, brick and concrete, neatly arranged into streets, neighbourhoods, town and cities. For...

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Climate ChangeHabitat - Issue 9NatureNature - Habitat - 9

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Rain Fell Through The Night

Rain falls in real time, And rain fell through the night. No dress rehearsal, This is our life. The Tragically Hip Climate change can feel like an immense and...

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Habitat - Issue 9NatureNature - Habitat - 9Species

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Life of a Cicada

Back in the summer, the ecologists at Conservation Halton spotted a cicada shedding its skin outside the administration office. We kept an eye on the insect...

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Habitat - Issue 9NatureNature - Habitat - 9Sustainability

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Construction Clean Up

On February 9, MPP Eleanor McMahon and Katharine Bambrick, CEO of the Ontario Trillium Foundation, joined members of the community at the Burlington ReStore to...

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ConservationNature - Web - 8

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Small Species, Big Data

Have you ever seen a large group of people take over a large conservation area or park, and they are on the ground peering through magnifying glasses, or...

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Nature - Web - 8Sustainability

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Seeds of Change

The creation of a restored ecosystem in Dundas has its beginnings on a clear, sunny October day, about 30 kilometres to the east in Oakville. Thirty community...

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Nature - Web - 8Species

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High Horses

Have you met Ollie, Odyssey, Ruby, Judy, Sally and Brooke? These gentle giants are the hard working Percheron horses that pull the wagons for our winter sleigh...

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Climate ChangeNature - Web - 8

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Better Together

Climate change is happening and the only way we can be prepared for it is to work together as a community. We are already beginning to see the local effects of...

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