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December 2021 - Choices and Seeds of Change.

Which is the environmentally conscious choice?

Real Christmas Trees are renewable, natural, biodegradable, compostable and need to be replaced every year but artificial Christmas Trees usually last many years before sending to the landfill.  Which side of the fence are you on?

"Volunteers from the Nature Conservancy of Canada spread a seed mixture at the site of a former agricultural field in Brighton"

 150 km East of Toronto, a small town is taking on a big project.  Led by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), volunteers are turning an old plot of barren farmland into a restored habitat for native grassland birds, butterflies and pollinators by spreading about 20 different species of native grasses and wildflowers.

The NCC has similar projects across Canada as they look to restore ecosystems that include wetlands as well as grasslands.  Given that they own approximately 14 million hectares across Canada, they rely on volunteers from the various regions where the habitat restorations are taking place to support the work.

Read the full article by Alex Filipe at The Bellville Intelligencer

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