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Land and Nature

Canadians relate closely to freedoms and democracy, quality of life, caring for others and multicultural tolerance and have long viewed environmental issues as a major public concern, according to surveys of our values. National Parks are one of the often … Continue reading

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The Perfect State

Our film, The Perfect State is now finished and available for viewing. You can find the trailer and events at the web site. The film is about reconnecting with nature which was also a theme at the second annual Active … Continue reading

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Join Nature Culture at Hollyhock

  This summer, I will be holding a workshop from June 29 to July 3 at Hollyhock on lovely Cortes Island. Hollyhock is situated at the northern end of the Salish Sea northwest of Vancouver British Columbia. I have a … Continue reading

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Nature in the City

  I attended the 11th annual Eagle Festival in Campbell River last weekend along with hundreds of people. The event sponsored by Mountainaire Avian Rescue Society showcased the many local organizations in their region. The individuals from the largely voluntary … Continue reading

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Nature for a New Year

I am interested in nature inspired creative works and for the start of 2016, I thought I would share a story about bird song. It will be several months before most birds will begin to sing but you can hear … Continue reading

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What is Nature Culture?

  A Nature Culture sustains nature as a fundamental part of its traditions, customs, livelihoods and beliefs. Nature Culture encompasses the need for sustainable lifestyles by creating a demand for products as part of the culture. It also provides a … Continue reading

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Algonquin

Young children dream about many things and for me it was to paddle a canoe into the wilderness of Canada. I read John Rowlands ‘Cache Lake Country – Portage to Contentment’ as a boy and I was hooked.┬áThere was something … Continue reading

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