Protecting Canada’s Forests aims to spread awareness and fill knowledge gaps surrounding Canadian forests and parks, while also promoting sustainable forestry and paper products, and environmentally conscious companies and organizational initiatives.
Canada has a seemingly endless variety of wild landscapes, and our vast forests and nature are what attract many to visit.
Project Learning Tree Canada’s (PLT Canada) Forest Literacy Framework is a free, bilingual resource that helps increase people’s understanding of forests.
Canadian photographer Paul Zizka goes beyond the camera lens on his love for the outdoors and the importance of leaving nature how it was found.
As an outdoor product company that supports nature lovers in their adventures, Coleman is a big advocate for being responsible for nature.
The Canadian Wildlife Federation’s programs engage young Canadians in conservation.
In a year when COVID-19 again dominated much of the news, events in BC inextricably pulled public attention to the province’s forests.
Professional contractor and TV host Mike Holmes Jr. shares his insight and advice on the importance of sustainable construction and renovations.
In an effort to slow the warming of the earth’s surface, Canada has committed to reducing the country’s greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030.
From September 19-25, 2021, Canadians from coast to coast to coast are invited to recognize National Forest Week (NFW).
Canada’s forests are under constant change. For example, we have seen the devastating impacts of wildfire and insect outbreaks across the country.