This page will be updated regularly with new resources from organizations doing great things around the world, their initiatives and tools we can all use to help preserve planet earth.

We can start today by planting pollinator gardens as well as cleaning up our streets. Stopping plastics from entering our water systems.

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This organization is doing great things in the world. They are helping to eliminate plastics in the oceans and they give opportunities to others. They are helping stop plastics from reaching the oceans. We can all do that in our own communities. Waste plastic can travel from our streams, ponds, rivers and out into larger bodies of water and the oceans. Become an Ocean steward.

Jim rotated

BC Tomorrow

BC Tomorrow is a watershed based, interactive three-part educational program based on Alberta Tomorrow. Alberta Tomorrow was originally created in 2005 by Matthew Carlson and Dr. Brad Stelfox of the ALCES group. Since then, Alberta Tomorrow has been used extensively by teachers and students in that province.

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Gates Notes

Bill Gates has a blog with all his initiatives which I find very interesting especially his efforts on climate change and some of the projects he works on. Become a Gates Notes Insider.

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BC Conservation Foundation

To promote and assist in the conservation of the fish and wildlife resources of the Province of British Columbia through the protection, acquisition or enhancement of fish and wildlife habitat.

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Roadside Pollinator Patch Guide

This booklet is created by the Ontario Horticultural Association. Create your own pollinator patch. Form a group, pick a site and make a home for pollinators.

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Selecting Plants for Pollinators

A plant guide for anyone in the Thompson-Okanagan plateau region of BC Canada. If you are building a pollinator garden, this is a good PDF file to download and use when choosing plants that will help pollinators.
Photo by Wally Holden on Unsplash

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"Our task must be to free ourselves... by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and its beauty."

- Albert Einstein