The snow has melted and laid bare the garbage along our riverbanks and trails and in our parks. It’s time to spring clean our communities and we’re…
We did some digging on the internet and came up with some nature apps that we think look great for families with kids. This is by no means a…
“We have more privately owned land than parks,” says Gail Fennell, Regina Butterflyway Ranger. “If we change what we plant in our cities and on…
It’s always a treat to see a bird of prey. We’re eager to introduce you to the ones you’re most likely to see in Western Canada. Next up are the falcons…
To each and every one of you who took the time to share your knowledge and passion with us – thank you! You have enriched our lives and we can only hope…
Just 300 metres below the sun-drenched prairie is a small campsite nestled in a grove of pine trees beside a quietly flowing stream. Pine Cree Regional…
In 2006, a group of wildlife rehabilitation professionals established a provincial wildlife rescue association. Animals were being picked up…
Elizabeth Bekolay shares the story behind the One School One Farm Shelterbelt Project. 1. How and when did you form your group? The idea came in August…
Upcoming Events SK-PCAP is hosting a noon-hour webinar on weather, climate, and living things on grassland on Oct. 28. Wild Ecol Seminar Series is…
How time flies! EcoFriendly Sask is 10 years old! We hope you enjoy our summary of activities. We published our first post on July 4, 2011. Since that…
Most history museums are full of inert objects from a past that no longer exists – horse-drawn carts, penny farthing bicycles, or vintage cameras. But…
Many Canadians spend their summers at the lake, while others relish riverside walks or paddle boarding. We tend to assume that our waters are clean and…