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  • Learning about the History of the Pembina Valley

    Learning about the History of the Pembina Valley

    Knowing the history of a place is an important part of understanding and appreciating it in the present. Often, it can be easy to think [...]

  • Finding a “Grounded” Theology

    Finding a “Grounded” Theology

    By Alex Breitkopf, Program Supervisor in Hamilton, ON “Escape either into specialization or into solitude is illusory.” As someone who has studied the [...]

  • Grounded in Good Soil

    Grounded in Good Soil

     A reflection from our Internship Program Apprentice, Patrice Engel My journey with A Rocha began last year when I arrived to intern in [...]

  • Introducing Our New Conservation Scientist

    Introducing Our New Conservation Scientist

    We are delighted to introduce a new member of A Rocha’s Conservation Science team, Laura Newberry. Laura started as our new Conservation Biologist based out of [...]

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Latest News From A Rocha Canada

December 2017

Trees and Their Care

“Poems are made by fools like me, but only God can make a tree.” - Joyce Kilmer This past weekend we held a Nature Talk on Trees and Their Care. David Wallace, a local arborist [...]

November 2017

Learning about the History of the Pembina Valley

Knowing the history of a place is an important part of understanding and appreciating it in the present. Often, it can be easy to think of places as unchanging, having always been the way they [...]

Finding a “Grounded” Theology

By Alex Breitkopf, Program Supervisor in Hamilton, ON “Escape either into specialization or into solitude is illusory.” As someone who has studied the Bible for nearly a decade in academic settings, Wendell Berry’s [...]

Grounded in Good Soil

 A reflection from our Internship Program Apprentice, Patrice Engel My journey with A Rocha began last year when I arrived to intern in the agriculture program at the Brooksdale Environmental Centre. And, I [...]