Species Range and Habitat Reciprocity

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by Philip Fry A few days ago, Nick Weissflog, a young friend pursuing environmental studies, came to visit me. Nick is currently doing research on...

Natural Succession, part 2

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by Philip Fry Natural succession does not proceed in a straight timeline from a disturbance to a stable climax habitat community, nor does it do...

Pollinator health – a key pillar in maintaining a robust food system and healthy...

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by Jenn Doelman, Director, Ontario Federation of Agriculture With summer starting up, we all look forward to the bounty of fresh foods coming in season...

Darkness, Light, and the Canada Columbine

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by Philip Fry Darkness has once again spread over our Province. With 16.8 percent of eligible voters claiming a majority government, the illusions we might...

Pocket Gardens and Trout Lilies

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by Philip Fry  It is difficult for most of us to know what to do about the loss of biodiversity taking place right under our...

Working to Enhance Our Habitat

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by Philip Fry Not long after my last contribution to this column, I received an email message questioning my purposes. I was asked: “What is...

The Upsides of High Oil and Food Prices

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by Ralph C. Martin “Can you even squeeze $10 of gas into that thing?” He might have said ‘tin can’, instead of ‘thing.’ The wind...

Our Wetlands and Biodiversity

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by Philip Fry In the midst of the horrible news from Ukraine, the latest report from the International Panel on Climate Change, “Climate Change 2022,...

A major obstacle to Greening our Municipality

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by Philip Fry During recent weeks, my plan to discuss wildflower gardening as a means of reducing the impact of  CO2 emissions on our “quilted”...

Greening Green Energy

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by Philip Fry After weeks of little response, I have been overwhelmed with informative and encouraging messages, some brief and focused, others full of exciting...

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