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Tag: gardening for wildlife

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A sharp line divides a lawn with short grass, on the left, from one that has grown longer, with other plants mixed in, on the right.

Does ‘No Mow May’ really help pollinators?

To you, “No Mow May” could sound like a simple way to help wildlife, a welcome excuse to put off chores or a first step down the road to anarchy. Read More
To you, “No Mow May” could sound like a simple way to help wildlife, a welcome excuse to put...
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Closeup of brown lodgepole pine cone and long, straight green needles.

Celebrating Alberta’s hardy native plants

Alberta has some of the country’s most compellingly diverse landscapes. Six ecozones overlap its borders, giving rise to an array of plant life that supports wildlife from ground squirrels to moose. Read More
Alberta has some of the country’s most compellingly diverse landscapes. Six ecozones overlap its borders, giving rise to an...
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An elongated red-orange and black beetle with long antennae, a dimorphic flower longhorn beetle, dusted with pollen, feeds on a rose.

Beetle-mania: Meet nature’s unsung pollinators

Beetles complement the efforts of other pollinators, contributing to the overall performance of the pollinator population and health of the ecosystem as a whole. Read More
Beetles complement the efforts of other pollinators, contributing to the overall performance of the pollinator population and health of...
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