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Tag: restoration

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Act Locally: How to help wetlands work for you

Nature-based climate solutions don’t just benefit nature — they can enhance your own properties and communities, too. Alyssa Cousineau of ALUS shares how restoring and recreating wetlands can protect against floods, create wildlife habitats,... Read More
Nature-based climate solutions don’t just benefit nature — they can enhance your own properties and communities, too. Alyssa Cousineau...
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Three people survey erosion damage on a mountain slope in B.C.

Act Locally: How to help nature by preventing erosion in your community

All Canadians can apply nature-based climate solutions in their own backyards and communities. Jessica Hutchinson and Mandala Smulders of Redd Fish Restoration Society explain how to use natural materials to prevent erosion in large-... Read More
All Canadians can apply nature-based climate solutions in their own backyards and communities. Jessica Hutchinson and Mandala Smulders of...
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Forest Fire, Yukon, Canada, North America

Wildfires, wildlife and what we can do 

For months now, we’ve been witness to a country on fire. From Vancouver Island to Newfoundland, nearly every part of Canada has experienced what’s been declared the country’s worst wildfire season on record. Emily... Read More
For months now, we’ve been witness to a country on fire. From Vancouver Island to Newfoundland, nearly every part...
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Native willow shrubs on the banks of a stream near Sussex, N.B

Act Locally: How to make your yard more nature-friendly with native shrubs

All Canadians can apply nature-based climate solutions in their own backyards and communities. Here, Ben Whelan of the Kennebecasis Watershed Restoration Committee shares how planting native shrubs can protect against floods, create wildlife habitats... Read More
All Canadians can apply nature-based climate solutions in their own backyards and communities. Here, Ben Whelan of the Kennebecasis...
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A person in a excavator

Act Locally: How to De-Pave Your Property

Act Locally is a blog series about how you can apply the nature-based climate solutions used by our Nature and Climate Grant Program participants to your own life. Read to learn why de-paving works... Read More
Act Locally is a blog series about how you can apply the nature-based climate solutions used by our Nature...
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Burned trees from a wildfire in BC

The Reforesting of Elephant Hill

One of our most significant ongoing projects is the reforesting of Elephant Hill, a nearly 200,000-hectare area of Secwépemc territory near Kamloops, B.C. that burned for three months during the province’s worst-ever wildfire season in 2017.... Read More
One of our most significant ongoing projects is the reforesting of Elephant Hill, a nearly 200,000-hectare area of Secwépemc territory near...
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