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Publisher’s Letter – It’s the Journey, Not the Destination

Publisher’s Letter – It’s the Journey, Not the Destination

By Lisa Bland, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief, The Green Gazette – Dear Readers, The winds of change have shaken the golden leaves from the branches…

Conservation Conversation: Dinner Out or a Safer Future?

Conservation Conversation: Dinner Out or a Safer Future?

By Jenny Howell – By the time you read this, an election will have come and gone. One thing that stands out…

Using Permaculture Principles to Reduce Food Waste

Using Permaculture Principles to Reduce Food Waste

By Amy Quarry Owner, Long Table Grocery – Here at Long Table we base much of our business model on the 12…

Arts & Education
Art Exhibit “Everything is Shining” Features Anthropocene by James Savage

Art Exhibit “Everything is Shining” Features Anthropocene by James Savage

Human disconnection from and reconnection to nature is the main theme of “Everything is Shining,” artist Jim Savage’s recent exhibition in Wells…

Going Green with Your Cuppa Joe

Going Green with Your Cuppa Joe

By Jessica Kirby, Senior Editor of TheGreenGazette – Many of us know the rich, aromatic beckoning of a hot pot of coffee—how…

No Time Left To Waste: All the Good Things…

No Time Left To Waste: All the Good Things…

By Oliver Berger — Well, usually during my “No Time Left to Waste” articles you all read my venting about the serious…

Environment

Creating New Trails and Stories at the End of the Road in Atlin

Creating New Trails and Stories at the End of the Road in Atlin

By Patrick Lucas – “We’ve struck gold!” I hear a voice shout out, and then it is quickly…

The Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Trade Crisis: One More Species Receives Increased International Protection

The Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Trade Crisis: One More Species Receives Increased International Protection

By Dr. Chris R. Shepherd and Jordi Janssen Globally, there are 353 species of tortoises and freshwater turtles,…

Waste Wise | What’s in Our Waste?

Waste Wise | What’s in Our Waste?

By Tera Grady Part of the Cariboo Regional District’s Solid Waste Info Series: Becoming Waste Wise The Cariboo…

Health & Wellness

Climate Change: Think Globally, Act Locally

Climate Change: Think Globally, Act Locally

By Jim Cooperman — There is no doubt we are immersed in a climate crisis, as already we…

Book Review: Resolve: The Story of the Chelsea Family and a First Nation Community’s Will to Heal

Book Review: Resolve: The Story of the Chelsea Family and a First Nation Community’s Will to Heal

Author: Carolyn Parks Mintz with Andy Phyllis Chelsea – Article by Sage Birchwater – Andy Chelsea was chief…

Reconsider Consumerism: Choose Sustainability Over Stuff

Reconsider Consumerism: Choose Sustainability Over Stuff

By Erin Hitchcock – As the Christmas season approaches, many increasingly catch the consumerism bug. We hustle from…

   

Technology

Letting Go with Pluto

By Angela Gutzer – I wrote this story for the Swan Song festival, which was held…

Skywatch with Bill Irwin – Winter 2019

One of the simplest astronomical observations you can make is that the stars, planets,moon, and sun…

Country Living

Local Food Quesnel | Guardian of the Vegetables: Examining Our Food Choices

By Terri Smith – A few days ago, on CBC radio, I listened to an interview…

The Election’s Over: Now Let’s Get to Work!

By David Suzuki – The election may be over, but there’s no time to be complacent.…

Featured Green Businesses

Green Business, Quesnel – Slow Fashion: My Own Collection

By Terri Smith – By now you must have heard of “slow fashion,” but do you…

Turbidity: An Intimate Portrait of Environmental Disaster

A Film by Robert E. Moberg – It was August 4, 2014 when the provincial news…