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Why is Christy Clark Poisoning British Columbia?

Christy Clark does not work for the people of BC, and nor does she care about us.  Christy works for Corporate Canada, and they will make a lot of money by poisoning us.  281 more words

Corporate Canada

Haida Gwaii: The Greenest Green You Will Ever See

The Emily Carr exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario and Charles Wilkinson’s film, “Haida Gwaii: On the Edge of the World,” shown at Hot Docs in Toronto last week, reminded me of our absolutely breathtaking trip to Haida Gwaii a few years ago. 895 more words

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Paper making mill on the Derwent River

The tiny settlement of Sorell Creek has a perfect view of the Norske Skog newsprint manufacturing mill across the Derwent River at Boyer.  The business website is located at… 160 more words

Derwent River

Feds eye more protection for northern spotted owls

Logging and post-fire salvage, along with competion from barred owls, still seen as key threats

Staff Report

FRISCO — Dinged by a double whammy of continued habitat loss and interspecies competition, the Pacific Northwest’s… 713 more words

Environment

"The Teacher and Tree Man" is Coming Soon!!

Today I’d like to announce that I, a functioning, never-altered adult male, am in labor. That’s right, “The Teacher and the Tree Man” is about to be delivered into the world. 679 more words

The Teacher And The Tree Man

Serendipity Plant Lore School of Ethnobotanical Studies Botanical Hikes of Love!

The Forest Beckons us to love every inch of Her! On Saturday, March 28th, and Sunday, March 29th, join us for Serendipity Plant Lore School of Ethnobotanical Studies Botanical Hikes of Love in an old growth forest! 72 more words

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#treesinfourseasons - Summer

My third installment in the #treesinfourseasons photo challenge comes to you from Ontario’s Temagami Region, which is noted for its old growth forests. This massive White Pine tree had a trunk that was roughly 4 feet wide near the base of the tree. 66 more words

Nature Photography