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  • Creation Care as Self Care

    Creation Care as Self Care

    As the days get shorter and darker it’s worthwhile to take some time to think about the connections between creation care and self care. If [...]

  • A Great Loss for A Rocha: A personal reflection from Leah Kostamo

    A Great Loss for A Rocha: A personal reflection from Leah Kostamo

    "Grief is love's souvenir." I scribbled this quote in my journal on Oct. 27th, just the day before I got the news of the [...]

  • Houston, we (don’t) have a problem!

    Houston, we (don’t) have a problem!

    For anyone who feels like they are a lonely champion for Creation care, there is hope. Cindy Verbeek longed to have “Creation care” take root in a small community halfway up the province of BC. She has been with A Rocha since 1996, is a biologist, Christian and even part of the founding A Rocha Canada board. […]

  • Stewardship Update: Fall 2019

    Stewardship Update: Fall 2019

    Stewardship Update: Stories of Companionship Message from Luke Wilson, CEO You find companions when you add a healthy dose of “love” [...]

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September 2019

If the Earth were a Paper Puppy

By Courtney Kuhl - 2019 Day Camp Coordinator What words do we use to describe God? Some people say Father, others say Lord. God has been called Comforter, Teacher, Creator, and Friend. But at [...]

August 2019

5 ways to protect species at risk

And the survey says… protect the Western Toads (and other species at risk)! In 2013, A Rocha Canada’s Conservation team was informed by a local landowner that a population of Western Toads resided in ponds located only 1.5 km away from the Brooksdale Environmental Centre.  […]

July 2019

The Trails Less Travelled: An Interview with Graham Peters

We recently sat down with Graham Peters, a summer student worker who joined A Rocha Manitoba to work on trail development and mapping at the Boreal Ecology Centre. Graham spent the summer exploring the current [...]

The Power of Pollinators

To celebrate bumble bee month at A Rocha Ontario, let’s learn more about these amazing pollinators! Why are bumble bees such effective pollinators? And other fun facts!   The coats of bumble bees are especially [...]