In honour of Earth Day on April 22, the Saskatchewan Research Council is educating the public on what this will mean for the Prairie provinces. Continue reading Climate Change to have major effects on Prairies
We are located one mile north of Hudson Bay S.K. with a gigantic vegetable garden and berry orchard. We do occasional logging with horses and constructing another cabin. So if you are interested in learning while having fun there is a variety of activities year round Continue reading Farm Help Fir River Ranch Bed and Breakfast
As part of Earth Day activities, Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) is leading an initiative that aims to clean up 38 abandoned, uranium mine and mill sites in northern Saskatchewan. Continue reading Cleaning Saskatchewan’s Abandoned Uranium Mines
A Petroleum Technology Research Centre (PTRC) report released last week, which attempts to rule out the possibility of a CO2 leak near Weyburn, Saskatchewan, omits critical information and fails to provide concrete answers, Ecojustice said today after reviewing of the document. Continue reading Still questions in the Weyburn carbon dioxide leak: Ecojustice
Comprehensive new report outlines risks of poorly managed oil sands development and proposes a new approach. Continue reading Will Saskatchewan Oil Sands be a Carbon Copy of Alberta’s Mistakes?
Saskatoon – An alternative energy technology has been approved for Go Green funding through the Ministry of Environment. Titan Clean Energy Projects Corporation of Saskatoon will use $160,250 of Green Technology Commercialization Grant funding to help in bringing its biomass briquetting technology to market. Continue reading Saskatchewan’s Environmental Technology Sector Continues to Grow
The Government of Saskatchewan has extended and enhanced the Saskatchewan EnerGuide for Houses retrofit grant program until March 31, 2011. Individuals who qualify under this new program also qualify for the ecoENERGY Retrofit initiative introduced by the federal government on April 1, 2007. Continue reading Saskatchewan EnerGuide for Houses (SEGH)
The Communities of Tomorrow partnership is a not for profit enterprise located in Regina, Saskatchewan. CT fosters the development and commercialization of new infrastructure solutions for the global marketplace within the Regina regional sustainable infrastructure cluster. Continue reading Communities of Tomorrow
Can the YouTube and Facebook generation save the planet? Continue reading Students work to save planet
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Nature Saskatchewan has been dedicated to the conservation of Saskatchewan’s natural environment since 1949. It promotes appreciation and understanding of our natural world through conservation, education and research.
Nature Saskatchewan speaks for the protection and preservation of natural eco-systems and their biodiversity through research and viable conservation practices and connects nature and culture through outreach programs and services. The organization believes that nature is not a place to visit, but home, and strives to leave a legacy of our natural heritage for future generations. With over 1300 members Nature Saskatchewan provides programs and services that provide knowledge an experiences for those who have a love for nature.