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  1. To the Ends of the Earth

    WEDNESDAY, March 1 7:00- 9:30 pm NS MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, 1747 Summer St., Halifax, NS $10 Regular // $5 Youth/Unwaged Get your TICKETS early on  EVENTBRITE  or pay at the door! Limited seating.  Sierra Club Canada Foundation- Atlantic is proud to sp ...

    2017-02-26 21:14

  2. Executive Committee- Atlantic

    Wanda Baxter – Program Sustainability Officer Wanda Baxter has a Master of Arts and a subsequent Master of Environmental Design and has worked in regional and open space planning, environmental impact assessment, program development, advocacy and environm ...

    2017-02-27 13:42

  3. COMMENTARY: My father taught me to love Mother Nature, inspired new Watch for Wildlife program

    Father's Day 2016 Wanda Baxter Local XPress June 19, 2016 My wish for Father’s Day is that more people start thinking about and acting like my dad does when it comes to wild animals hit by vehicles. Wildlife deserves our attentiveness while driving a ...

    2017-11-01 12:16

  4. Energy & Climate Change

    Working with local volunteers and organizations, Sierra Club Atlantic is pushing for just solutions to climate change from local, regional, and national perspective. Please join us for To the Ends of the Earth, film screening and panel discussion, this We ...

    2017-11-23 17:00

  5. Pesticides

    What are Pesticides? Pesticides (herbicides, vermicides, fungicides, and rodenticides)  are poisons designed to kill insects, plants, fungi, moulds and rodents.  Pesticides contain “active” ingredients (the chemicals intended to kill), and so-called “iner ...

    2017-11-23 17:00

  6. SOSS Coalition Calls for Immediate Arms-Length Regulation to Protect Environment

    December 14, 2010 Halifax, NS- A coalition of environmental, First Nations and inshore fisheries organizations is calling on the Nova Scotia, Newfoundland and Labrador, and federal governments to act immediately on the Wells Inquiry recommendation that ar ...

    2017-12-14 16:17

  7. Feeding Birds, Signs of Spring, “Guess Who?”, and Farewell Visits

    Hanna Hameline's blog The last two weeks have concluded my scheduled visits for Wild Child (although I do have make-up visits scheduled for next week due to all the snow days!). These weeks have been really fun. I have noticed that the by my 3rd, 4th ...

    2015-11-13 17:16

  8. Meeting the Wild Children of PEI

    Hanna Hameline's blog A second Sierra Club Wild Child Nature Immersion Program is underway in PEI, only this time: it’s winter fun!  It is truly an amazing experience to slow down and let our imaginations wonder. At one visit, the kids and I made up ...

    2015-11-16 16:26

  9. The Taste of a Tree!

    Hanna Hameline's blog I journey my way through Charlottetown, meeting some of the most interesting individuals with the most profound messages and ideas you could imagine encountering. What do I do? I play with kids in nature!!   Over the past month, ...

    2015-11-16 16:26

  10. Wait, were these alive before?!

    Hanna Hameline's blog Two weeks of stormy, cold, snowy weather can put quite the damper on outdoor fun... so sometimes you have to bring “the wild” inside!   On the days where it is too cold for the little ones to venture out into the snow, there is ...

    2015-11-16 16:26