EcoWest News, August 2, 2022

From Manitoba's Arctic to urban gardens and Alberta cottage country, news and resources you can use in addressing environmental issues and protecting the wild in your community.

EcoWest News, July 26, 2022

This week's top stories in EcoWest News: 1. Farmland in Saskatchewan and Alberta is caught between profit and habitat 2. Urban wildlife - an ecological success story 3. Wetlands can reduce excess nutrients and algae blooms in lakes and rivers

EcoWest News, July 19, 2022

This week's top stories in EcoWest News: 1. The impact of artificial light at night on trees and animals 2. Mine waste storage facilities and oilsands tailing ponds are a big liability 3. The largest Passive House art gallery in the world

EcoWest News, July 12, 2022

From perennial grains and urban meadows to deep-sea mining, swamps, and multi-modal transportation - EcoWest News, July 12

Visit Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia

You’ll leave urban life far behind when you enter Wells Gray Provincial Park in east-central British Columbia. This wilderness park encompasses 5,250 square kilometres with the highest peaks in the Caribou Mountain range, countless lakes, waterfalls, dense forests, and wildlife.

EcoWest News, July 5, 2022

In this week’s EcoWest News, we look at how cities are - or are not - addressing climate action, celebrate positive initiatives, and enjoy Western Canada’s natural abundance and underwater beauty.