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(Web Page; Tue Apr 03 15:20:00 CDT 2018)
Description: Plants that occur naturally in an area are called native or indigenous species. It's best to plant native species, because they are used to local soil and weather conditions.
(Web Page; Wed May 20 10:58:00 CDT 2020)
Description: With a little planning, physically and mentally challenged students can help bring habitat back to health.
23. Set an Example
(Web Page; Wed Jan 08 15:07:00 CST 2014)
Description: Guess what? Your schoolyard is an ecosystem, too. It's a great place for play at recess, but it can be much more than that. It's a perfect spot to practise sustainable development. Why not use it to create an ecology study centre for wildlife?
(Web Page; Wed Dec 05 18:02:00 CST 2012)
Description: Creating a mini-wetland in your schoolyard is surprisingly simple. It may be your key to attracting a host of wet and wild creatures.
(Web Page; Wed Dec 05 18:00:00 CST 2012)
Description: Edges are wonderful examples of biodiversity in action. They are areas where one type of habitat meets and blends with another.
26. Make Waves
(Web Page; Thu Aug 01 16:01:00 CDT 2013)
Description: Just as our seas sustain us, we must sustain our seas.
(Web Page; Tue Apr 03 15:38:00 CDT 2018)
Description: A little maintenance goes a long way. Just by cleaning up an area, removing competing vegetation, and adding water, you're contributing to the greening of Canada — and you're helping wildlife!
(Web Page; Wed Dec 05 18:01:00 CST 2012)
Description: Canada is a huge country — much too big to be considered one ecosystem.
(Web Page; Thu Aug 01 15:36:00 CDT 2013)
Description: Pollution kills countless ocean creatures, impacting hardest on coastal waters, the areas richest in biodiversity and the marine resources we depend on most.
(Web Page; Fri Mar 23 13:52:00 CDT 2018)
Description: The next time you're about to drop a sheet of paper or a tin can into the wastepaper basket, for example, why not think about dropping it in a recycling bin instead? Recycling things like paper, glass and tin makes an amazing difference for wildlife.