For the second year in a row, CPAWS SK hosted the Boreal Bio-logue in Prince Albert. The focus was combining Indigenous and Western knowledge
Mira Oberman from CPAWS-Manitoba wrote a blog, titled “How to Survive Yet Another School Closure: Get Outside — The Winter Edition,” from a twin mom perspective. Here is a ‘sister’ blog that Saskatchewan-ize’s Mira’s blog and shares her first-hand experiences, along with her top tips for surviving the pandemic this winter.
Agriculture is considered the lifeblood of the prairies – integral to the economy and the well-being of many communities. However, this has come at an environmental cost. While agriculture has taken a toll on the land, many growers in Saskatchewan are leading the way in finding sustainable solutions.
In June 2021, the CPAWS-SK team noticed that the CPAWS-Northern Alberta team was claiming that the largest inland freshwater delta in the world was in … Read More