Today, we celebrate the earth. And take action to fight the climate crisis.
It is clear, now more than ever, that we are all connected. What we do impacts each other as well as this planet. This year’s Earth Day marks 50 years. Together, generations of nature-lovers and action-takers have shown that building a strong connection to nature leads to real change.
Take exploration a little slower as you soak in the sights, smells, and textures of nature. You can spend hours in the same corner of the world, knowing you’ll discover something new each time you visit. Connect to the rhythm of the outdoors, the music of the wind, and the beat of the season.
When it comes to knowing the latest rules on which stream your waste items should go in, it can become pretty confusing. Not all plastics belong in the recycling, and food contamination can quickly change which stream an item belongs in.
Geese are on the move! How many have you spotted? Canada Geese are found throughout North America, where they make their homes in wetland areas — lakes, ponds, larger streams, and marshes. Their breeding grounds are found over ecological varied areas, from prairies and plains to mountains.
Nature is everywhere. The sights and sounds of returning birds are sure signs of spring. Spend some time outside today and record what you see!
Did you know the average Winnipeg household uses 152 litres of water every day? That’s just under one standard bathtub of water per person.