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Published on Fri, 12/01/2017 by Nature Conservancy of Canada

Ten great green gift ideas

Ten great green gift ideas

Running out of gift ideas this holiday season? Fear not! Check out these suggestions below for the nature lover, outdoor enthusiast or the person-who-has-everything on your list:  

Gifts of Canadian Nature

Published on Fri, 10/27/2017 by Nature Conservancy of Canada

Halloween monsters rooted in nature

Halloween monsters rooted in nature

By Riley Harding, Digital and Social Media Coordinator at the Nature Conservancy of Canada

Published on Wed, 06/07/2017 by BASF Canada

Proper machinery and a pre-harvest drydown can maximize straight cutting success

Proper machinery and a pre-harvest drydown can maximize straight cutting success

With unpredictable autumn weather, harvest timing is often a balancing act. This was clear in 2016, when early snow arrived in October and interrupted harvest. Many growers found themselves with some of the 2016 crop still out in the field and little or no fall field work done.

Incorporating straight cutting some acres can help balance harvest timing, reducing some of the risks and helping growers get their crops in the bin.

Published on Wed, 12/14/2016 by Nature Conservancy of Canada

Five Eco-Friendly Holiday Gift Ideas

Five Eco-Friendly Holiday Gift Ideas

Running out of gift ideas this holiday season? Fear not! Check out these suggestions for the nature lovers and environmentalists in your life:

1.   Ecosystem Globe

Published on Tue, 11/15/2016 by Nature Conservancy of Canada

Get Into the True Spirit of the Holidays with These Five Tips

Get Into the True Spirit of the Holidays with These Five Tips

Ready for the holidays? Finding or receiving the ultimate gift may feel great, but helping others is more rewarding. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the gift shopping you’ll be doing, check out these tips for getting into the holiday spirit:

Published on Wed, 10/26/2016 by Nature Conservancy of Canada

13 Facts About Canadian Bats

13 Facts About Canadian Bats

There are 19 species known bat species in Canada. Although they are subjected to a spooky stigma around Halloween, they’re nothing to be afraid of.

 Here are 13 things you didn’t know about this not-so-scary mammal:

1.  The snooze button. While hibernating, bats do not feed or drink, and their body temperature and metabolic rates decrease markedly. This energy-efficient state allows them to sleep away the long northern winters.

Published on Mon, 01/25/2016 by Nature Conservancy of Canada

Sprouting resolutions for a greener you

Sprouting resolutions for a greener you

This year skip the gym, the diets and the less-is-more rules and step into greener pastures. 2016 doesn’t have to be about losing. Instead, gain an appreciation for the world around you. Make this year’s resolution more a stop-and-smell-the-roses promise to yourself.

Published on Mon, 12/14/2015 by Virtuoso

Virtuoso Reveals Its Top 10 List for Fall and Winter Travel

Virtuoso Reveals Its Top 10 List for Fall and Winter Travel

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Published on Tue, 12/01/2015 by RBC Insurance

Fire prevention tips to give you a silent night

Fire prevention tips to give you a silent night

The holiday season is one of the most joyful times of the year for many families. But it’s also one of the peak periods for accidental home fires, partly due to the increased use of candles, heaters, tree lights, even cooking (none of which mix well with several glasses of eggnog!).

Published on Tue, 11/24/2015 by Nature Conservancy of Canada

Gifts for a green Christmas

Gifts for a green Christmas

Your tree isn’t the only thing that can be green this holiday season. The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has the perfect gift for the nature lover who already has four pairs of binoculars.  

The Nature Conservancy of Canada’s annual charitable gift-giving program, Gifts of Canadian Nature, program provides an opportunity for people to contribute to the conservation of wild areas across Canada by sponsoring five of our country’s most quintessential species: moose, grizzly bear, Canada lynx, gray wolf and great horned owl.

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