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Tag: native plants

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Nunavut’s native plants are among the planet’s toughest

Hardy native plants provide a strong foundation for Nunavut’s land-based food webs, which sustain people as well as wildlife like lemmings, ptarmigan, barren-ground caribou and more. Read More
Hardy native plants provide a strong foundation for Nunavut’s land-based food webs, which sustain people as well as 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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How to engage young folks in conservation and restoration

Jim Robb, veteran environment educator and general manager at Friends of the Rouge Watershed answers our questions about how to engage young people in conservation and restoration work, especially in the city, and why... Read More
Jim Robb, veteran environment educator and general manager at Friends of the Rouge Watershed answers our questions about how...
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