(Inter)National Endangered Species Day 2019


Bumblebee pollinating a purple flower

It’s National Endangered Species Day on the other side of our Southern border today, so we thought we’d take this chance to talk about some of the endangered critters on the Canadian Species At Risk Act’s public registry here in Saskatchewan.

Stewards for the Land Program

EdenBlog, Decolonizing Conservation, Featured, Park Campaigns

Stewards for the Land students, class of 2019.

The vision of the Stewards program is to provide Indigenous youth an opportunity to investigate natural resource careers while learning about their connection to the land and their own cultural heritage—keeping their stories and their traditional ways of interacting with the land alive and well in the face of a new, technology-savvy generation.

The Myth of the Zombie Deer

EdenBlog, Education

Deer in a forest

Chronic Wasting Disease is a transmissible spongiform encephalopathy that affects deer species (whitetail, mule deer, elk, moose, caribou, etc). In simpler terms, it is a disease, capable of being spread between animals, that affects the brain by causing it to become ‘spongy’ as it degenerates. It does NOT turn deer into zombies!

Hunters With Heart

EdenBlog, Forests Campaigns

Hunters with Heart.

Hunters With Heart About the Program Hunters with Heart is a community partnership by Community Mobilization Prince Albert (CMPA), Prince Albert Wildlife Federation, Saskatchewan Polytechnic, … Read More