A Good Night

A Good Night

Robert Dick explores the northern lights and things that go “bump” in the night.

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Bird’s the word

Bird’s the word

Over the past few years, I have learned so much about backyard birding from my friends at Bird Studies Canada (BSC). I have met people like Jody...

A sweet situation

A sweet situation

Bees, bees, bees. After many years, here at Caberneigh Farm in Uxbridge, Ontario, we decided it was time for bees. I mean, we have horses, dogs,...

A conversation with David Suzuki

A conversation with David Suzuki

There’s no competing with David Suzuki’s resumé. The accolades, degrees (a PhD in zoology and a BA in biology), honorary degrees (25), awards (four...

The Secret Life of Trees

The Secret Life of Trees

Before we share our interview with Peter Wohlleben, author of The Hidden Life of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate—Discoveries from a...

Casey Grey, Passive House = Eco Home

Casey Grey, Passive House = Eco Home

For Casey Grey, founder and CEO of The Conscious Builder Inc., building his eco-friendly house was about more than building his dream home: it was...

By the light of the silvery moon

By the light of the silvery moon

While science has yet to provide definitive proof that the practice works, humans have been planting, harvesting, fishing and even cutting their...

Trees Canada: Carbon offsets

Trees Canada: Carbon offsets

Tree Canada is one of the players on the voluntary carbon market, allowing people to offset the effects of their activities through the planting of...

Back in black

I live in a tiny village in southwestern Ontario, with about 400 other residents. It’s a quiet place, bounded on all sides by rolling hills, pasture...

Taking a look at Tree Canada

Taking a look at Tree Canada

For the past 25 years, Tree Canada has been raising money and awareness of the importance of trees, not just for nature, but for the quality of...

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