Columns
Publisher’s Letter: Endangered Species Need Our Voices

Publisher’s Letter: Endangered Species Need Our Voices

By Lisa Bland – Now that the long winter is over (we hope), the natural world comes alive and is interacting with…

Science Matters | David Suzuki | Drowning in Seas of Plastic

Science Matters | David Suzuki | Drowning in Seas of Plastic

By David Suzuki – The fossil fuel era must end, or it will spell humanity’s end. The threat isn’t just from pollution…

Tsilhqot’in War Chiefs Exonerated

Tsilhqot’in War Chiefs Exonerated

By Sage Birchwater – History was made on March 26, 2018 in the House of Commons in Ottawa when Prime Minister Justin…

Health & Wellness
Mountain Biking and First Nations Youth: Helping to build communities

Mountain Biking and First Nations Youth: Helping to build communities

By LeRae Haynes – Making a very successful wilderness program even better in the Cariboo-Chilcotin is on the table, thanks to the…

Green Business Feature: Creative Therapy for Kids: A Creative Approach to Pediatric Therapy

Green Business Feature: Creative Therapy for Kids: A Creative Approach to Pediatric Therapy

Submitted by Creative Therapy for Kids – The last year has been about transition, change, and opportunity, according to paediatric therapist and…

Natural Health | Cancer: The emotional disease

Natural Health | Cancer: The emotional disease

By Dr. Adam McLeod, ND – Everyone experiences and processes stressful situations differently. Some people tend to internalize these emotions and make…

Environment

Xeriscapes: More Than Just Water Conservation

Xeriscapes: More Than Just Water Conservation

By Brianna van de Wijngaard, Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society – Lawns are funny: they are high-maintenance, water-intensive, and…

Lawn Perfection or Lawn Perception?

Lawn Perfection or Lawn Perception?

By Sara Fulton, Certified Organic Master Gardener – A luscious, green, weed-free lawn. Perfection in the eyes of…

Raising Amadeus

Raising Amadeus

By Terri Smith – Amadeus is very excited about the coming spring and the disappearance of all this…

Arts & Education

Confessions of an (Occasional) Farmer: Not just a farmer

Confessions of an (Occasional) Farmer: Not just a farmer

By Terri Smith – I have spent nearly two years trying to figure out the direction my new…

Canada’s National Wildlife Week – Conserve the wonder

Canada’s National Wildlife Week – Conserve the wonder

By Jessica Kirby – Canada’s National Wildlife Week has a terrific theme this year: Get Re-acquainted with the…

Ukulele: Oh, the places it will take you

Ukulele: Oh, the places it will take you

By Sandra K. Klassen – We often associate the ukulele with Hawaiian culture and we are right to…

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Technology

Agents of Discovery at Scout Island and River Valley

By LeRae Haynes – An innovative blend of nature and technology has arrived in the form…

Alternative Energy Storage: Gravity batteries

By Bernie Littlejohn – Life continues to become more complex in our search to stop destroying…

Country Living

BC Hydro Greenlights Energy Purchase Agreement for Tŝilhqot’in Solar Farm

The Tŝilhqot’in National Government (TNG) applauds BC Hydro for its recent plan to pursue power purchase…

Confessions of a Farmer: Getting Serious about Real Food

By Terri Smith – It seems a lot of people have been really sick this winter.…

Featured Green Businesses

Zirnhelt Timber Frames: Healing My Spirit Lodge – Buildings of the future, today

Submitted by Zirnhelt Timber Frames – We recently had the privilege of working with Esk’etemc First…

Green Business Feature: Bliss, the Ultimate Grill—Great Food, Great Service, Great Value

By Terri Smith – Being a sustainable or ‘green’ business is about more than just recycling.…

 

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