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Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

May 5, 2022
NCC encourages yard naturalization in addition to promoting No Mow May

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsLandscaping

May 3, 2022
Fredericton joins ‘No Mow May’ movement and won’t mow its parks until June

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April 27, 2022
‘Dandelion Challenge’ launched in Quebec for second straight year in hopes of encouraging pollinator populations

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

April 11, 2022
City of Windsor ready to activate its goose dropping cleanup machinery in municipal parks

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

April 8, 2022
Strategy initiated in Ottawa with hopes to ‘rewild’ the city through naturalization efforts

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

April 7, 2022
Shediac, N.B. citizens group wants bylaw enacted to ban cosmetic pesticide use

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

March 31, 2022
Dwindling interest results in temporary suspension of chafer subsidy program

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

March 30, 2022
Saskatchewan ready to implement its annual provincial ban on pruning elm trees

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

January 28, 2022
London, Ont. group dedicates itself toward converting paved surfaces into green spaces

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

January 27, 2022
Sun Peaks’ Lyall wins CGSA/Rain Bird environmental achievement award for 2021

Eco-Friendly PracticesFeaturesEarth Week

January 17, 2022
Taking the road to sustainability

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

December 29, 2021
Excessive road salt use endangers human health, drinking water supplies: study

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

December 13, 2021
Canada’s tree-planting program off to slow start, but MNR says plan won’t fall behind

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

December 3, 2021
Pennsylvania to be home of North America’s first artificial turf recycling facility

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

November 24, 2021
Developer withdraws controversial plan to build golf courses on sensitive N.S. land

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

November 15, 2021
Forests Ontario to supply trees to Toronto in support of urban ecosystem’s biodiversity

Eco-Friendly PracticesFeaturesEarth Week

October 12, 2021
Pesticide cutbacks & quality upkeep at Thornhill Golf Club

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

September 2, 2021
Save our ash trees by not moving firewood, Nature Conservancy of Canada suggests

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

July 26, 2021
Sherbrooke, Que. man commits ‘horticultural disobedience’ to promote naturalization

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

June 15, 2021
Pollinator populations will notably increase if enough people adapt to local bylaw

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

May 11, 2021
Nature Conservancy of Canada endorses ‘No Mow May’ program

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

May 6, 2021
David Suzuki endorses ‘No Mow May,’ saying it helps boost local ecology

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

April 30, 2021
New Brunswick city suspends local bylaw to attract pollinating bees, butterflies

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

April 28, 2021
Vancouver pilot project aims to attract more pollinators, birds to city green spaces

Eco-Friendly PracticesNewsEarth Week

April 12, 2021
Scientists say site for proposed Nova Scotia golf course is important ecosystem