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Tag: habitat restoration

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Hammond River Angling Association

One year, big impact: 90,000 trees, shrubs planted and 160 hectares restored in first year of Nature and Climate Grant Program

Habitat loss is driving the decline of species at risk and worsening climate change by releasing carbon stored in nature. The solution is meaningful, measurable restoration efforts, and the inaugural grantees of our $2-million... Read More
Habitat loss is driving the decline of species at risk and worsening climate change by releasing carbon stored in...
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Short-eared Owl

Reversing habitat loss for short-eared owls

The short-eared owl is at risk of extinction. There's good news though: habitat loss is reversible. Learn more about our plan to restore million hectares. Read More
The short-eared owl is at risk of extinction. There's good news though: habitat loss is reversible. Learn more about our...
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Wildlife decline is reversible

Megan Leslie on reversing the ‘irreversible’

Deadly heat waves, wildfires, species in decline, super storms — these are the calling cards of a planet in crisis, and the next decade is critical. If we don’t rebuild our relationship with nature,... Read More
Deadly heat waves, wildfires, species in decline, super storms — these are the calling cards of a planet in...
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Bumblebee at the Evergreen Brickworks, Toronto

Six easy steps to planting a wildlife-friendly garden

Your garden, backyard or balcony can help native wildlife recover and thrive. By including native plants in your green space, you can create living habitats that offer food and shelter to bees, caterpillars, butterflies,... Read More
Your garden, backyard or balcony can help native wildlife recover and thrive. By including native plants in your green...
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The salmon came back — and so did we

Salmon populations in B.C.’s Fraser River have been declining dramatically, so we spoke with freshwater senior specialist Heather Crochetiere about how we’re partnering with local communities to restore this crucial species. What exactly is... Read More
Salmon populations in B.C.’s Fraser River have been declining dramatically, so we spoke with freshwater senior specialist Heather Crochetiere...
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Saint John River in the fall

On the path to restoring the Saint John River watershed

Wolastoq means “beautiful and bountiful river” in the Maliseet language — it is also known as the Saint John River watershed in New Brunswick. This 700-kilometre labyrinth of blind bays, tributaries, lakes and marshlands... Read More
Wolastoq means “beautiful and bountiful river” in the Maliseet language — it is also known as the Saint John...
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Success! The salmon have returned

World Rivers Day celebrates the world’s life-giving waterways and encourages river stewardship and conservation around the globe. Today marks the 15th annual World Rivers Day celebration, an event developed in 2005 by Canadian river... Read More
World Rivers Day celebrates the world’s life-giving waterways and encourages river stewardship and conservation around the globe. Today marks...
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Goodbye birdies, hello birds!

Restoring a golf course to natural wetlands is a hole-in-one for at-risk species on Salt Spring Island Read More
Restoring a golf course to natural wetlands is a hole-in-one for at-risk species on Salt Spring Island
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