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  • The Gift of Creation

    The Gift of Creation

    A couple months ago a braid of sweetgrass appeared on my desk. Although I don’t know where it came from, I thought it a fortunate [...]

  • In loving memory of Jessie McCullough

    In loving memory of Jessie McCullough

    Jessie loved God’s creation. In her city home, Jessie’s backyard was an oasis of flowers, plants and trees, where her wonderful hospitality extended even to [...]

  • Jesse Wildeman: Keeper of the Plants

    Jesse Wildeman: Keeper of the Plants

    Jesse has a BSc. in Forest Resource Management, and a background in tree planting, discipleship ministry, outdoor guiding and leadership training. Most recently, he acquired [...]

  • An Interview with Bob Cowin

    An Interview with Bob Cowin

    What drew you to A Rocha? Curiosity. My daughter had given me a copy of the book about A Rocha Canada, Planted, and I was [...]

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November 2018

The Beauty of Naming – An Intern Reflection

by Noah Guthrie The red wheelbarrow sank and heaved, dipped and bucked as I wrestled it downhill. A knot of grass tugged at the wheels. As I pressed through it, I plunged into a rut, [...]

October 2018

The Gift of Creation

A couple months ago a braid of sweetgrass appeared on my desk. Although I don’t know where it came from, I thought it a fortunate coincidence that it appeared at that moment. I was in [...]

Celebration!

You don’t often hear the word “celebration” in environmental circles. Words like “loss” or “degradation” might be more common. Here at A Rocha, we hold the somberness of sad environmental news alongside the call to [...]

Don’t cry over spilled… Yoghurt?

I didn't know an A Rocha internship could include learning how to make eight liters of yoghurt! But what better way to practice environmental stewardship than to cut down on plastic containers and [...]