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  1. Halifax Goes Wild Photo Contest Terms and Conditions

    David Foster's blog Definitions “Contest album” refers to the album hosted on Facebook which features all accepted submitted images by contest participants “Contest promoter” refers to Halifax Diverse, a program of the Sierra Club Canada Foundation A ...

    2016-03-29 15:00

  2. Indigenous Insights in Point Pleasant Park

    David Foster's blog Did you know that Saturday, June 21st is National Aboriginal Day? Halifax is going to be the site of some fantastic opportunities to learn about indigenous traditions, culture, and knowledge! You can learn more about the day' ...

    2016-03-29 15:00

  3. City Birds and Cities for Birds

    David Foster's blog Mark Butler of the Ecology Action Centre discusses how individuals and cities can make yards and urban areas more friendly for birds. Specifically, we must eliminate risks to birds such as cats, but we also must stop eliminating i ...

    2016-03-29 15:00

  4. Walks Schedule for Summer 2014

    David Foster's blog After much delay and with great excitement, we're happy to announce the 2014 summer walk schedule for Halifax Diverse Walks. We have a wide range of experts who will be leading walks this year from birding to the history of M ...

    2016-03-29 15:00

  5. Congrats to the Russell Lake Takes Root raffle winner!

    David Foster's blog Congrats to Paul who won the raffle prize from Russell Lake Takes Root 2. He takes home a fall yard-care package from Kent, Russell Lake, consisting of a battery powered leaf blower/mulcher, electric chainsaw, lawn spreader, and m ...

    2016-03-29 15:03

  6. Russell Lake Takes Root 2

    David Foster's blog Help us plant 2100 trees in Baker Drive Park, and celebrate Russell Lake Takes Root. Last year we hosted our first tree planting in Russell Lake West, a new community branching off of Baker Drive in Dartmouth. We planted 1200 tree ...

    2016-03-29 15:04

  7. Intersection redesign is an example of Urban Forestry Master Plan in action

    David Foster's blog A long awaited roundabout is going to mean the end of some long standing trees on the Halifax Common. Work is beginning this week on the conversion of the North Park and Cunard Street intersection into a roundabout and will causes ...

    2016-03-29 15:06

  8. Dartmouth Commons Takes Root makes a splash!

    David Foster's blog On October 18th, we hosted a tree and shrub planting in the Dartmouth Commons with the support of numerous community members who came out to assist, as well as city staff and elected representatives who showed their support both o ...

    2016-03-29 21:00

  9. PEI Sierra Club to Celebrate 'International Leap Day' Feb 29

    PEI Sierra Club invites Islanders to sign the Leap Manifesto and mark their calendars for February 29, 2016 as “International Leap Day", a day of events to demand action on climate change.    At the UN Paris climate negotiations in December 2015, a t ...

    2016-03-30 09:24

  10. Why Trees Matter

    David Foster's blog Have you noticed the drastic transformation that is underway in our city? How and why it happens is complex however well understood, but it is clearly a sign of the times – May, to be specific. If you are lucky enough to see a tre ...

    2016-05-03 15:58