Read our first volume here. You’ll learn about seeds, water, leaves, and evergreens, and how conservation is present everywhere in our watershed.
In our second volume, you’ll see life sprouting on the escarpment, learn what nests, swim in the streams, and lace webs. You’ll read articles from community partners like Halton Environmental, and Ontario Bioblitz, and indigenous artists like Catherine Tammaro.
In our third volume, we build habitat, adapt to climate change, migrate across the escarpment, and finally, hibernate for a rest. Learn from indigenous partners like Ojibiikaan Indigenous Cultural Network, and Nish Dish.