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  • A New Face at Brooksdale

    We are thrilled to welcome Andrea Ramos Santos who has taken up the new post of Brooksdale Program Operations Manager. For more about Andrea and [...]

  • More than Just Observers

    By Graham Peters - MB Conservation Science Coordinator I’m blessed to have a creek running through my neighbourhood; a place where I can take [...]

  • Be A Good Barn Swallow Host

    Be A Good Barn Swallow Host By Michelle Jackson, Conservation Research Biologist Spring is around the corner, at least here in BC. Resident [...]

  • Lifting the Veil between Heaven and Earth

    By Justin Eisinga - A Rocha Manitoba summer worker alumni Have you ever been somewhere that made you feel closer to God? Perhaps when [...]

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Lent Prayer Resources

Lent is often a time when people take intentional action by giving something up (fasting) or taking on a new practice. This is intended to draw us into relationship with the One who created [...]

Guest Reflection: Cedars by Jolene Nolte

Since I was a teenager, I’ve had the instinct to hug trees. I was conscious of “tree-hugger” as a derogative term for environmentalists, and while this made the act feel slightly subversive, more than anything, [...]