Riverwood is home to a variety of smaller mammals that visitors can sometimes overlook. In this Facebook Live broadcast, we shed some light on these fascinating animals.
See how you can contribute to citizen science projects using various apps, and why doing so can make an impact on various areas of science, from weather to wildlife, and astronomy to healthcare.
In this Facebook Live event, we explore how climate change has shaped the region in the past, how it is impacting it now, and what we can do to alter its course.
Nature is all around you, but you might not see just now much life exists in your own backyard or local park. When you take a closer look, you can see the true range of biodiversity that’s hiding within.
Are there grizzlies in Ontario? Not officially, but the great bear is making a comeback. Join wildlife author and photographer, Dave Taylor, as he explores this conservation success story.
Using a compost bin is one of the easiest and most cost-efficient ways to reduce your footprint on the environment. We show you how to make a simple composter for your home.
A backyard moth light trap is an easy and fun way to attract a vast diversity of moths to photograph and identify.
We explore some fun things you can do with samaras, the winged seeds of maple trees.
There are countless horrors associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, but one positive story has been repeated just about everywhere – the pandemic appears to have given nature a chance to recover.
They may be gone now, but in the age of climate change, their story is more important than ever. Join us on journey back in time to the Great Lakes area from 15,000 years ago.