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(Government of Yukon - WHITEHORSE) – The Forest Management Branch is hosting a spring open house on May 26 at the Gunnar Nilsson and Mickey Lammers Research Forest. “The research forest is a valuable resource and I encourage all Yukoners to visit, enjoy the network of scenic walking trails and learn about ongoing forest research,” said [...]
Shared by yukonfga on Jan 27, 2012 The following video is part of a series related to the 2011-2012 McIntyre Creek Restoration Project in Whitehorse, Yukon. The project was developed by the Yukon Fish and Game Association in partnership with a number of community partners (Yukon College, Yukon Salmon Sub-committee, Canada World Youth, the Friends of McIntyre Creek) [...]
Shared by arctichealth on Oct 29, 2009 A film highlighting the “Our Changing Homelands” conference in Old Crow, Yukon, which focused teaching youth about climate change and its affect on their health.
Ottawa – CPAWS welcomes today’s announcement by Environment Minister John Baird that lands comprising the headwaters of the Nahanni River in the Northwest Territories have been temporarily protected to enable the creation of a new national park, to be called Nááts’ihch’oh [pronounced naah-tseen-CHO].
Environmental Education Resources for Northern Canada is aweb resource funding by the WWF-Canada, with help from CIBC.