Tuesday, 15 April 2014
EcoSask News, April 15, 2014
Permaculture Potluck, Apr. 24
There will be a presentation on Radiance Cohousing at the April 24 meeting of the Permaculture Research Institute of Saskatchewan at the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre. Potluck is at 6:30 with AGM and presentation beginning at 7:30.
Environmental Film Festival, Apr. 24-27
Check out the great line-up of films for the 2014 Saskatoon Environmental Film Festival: transition towns, cycling, mining, e-waste, and solar energy.
Nature Society Field Trips
Join the Saskatoon Nature Society on one of their upcoming walks:
April 19 – Crocus hike to Peturrson’s Ravine (2-4 pm)
April 26 - Sharp-tailed grouse dance (5:45-8 am)
Golden Eagles Field Trips
Golden Eagles invites retirees to join one of their leisurely outings to view birds and enjoy local sites:
April 17 – Crocus trip to Peturrson’s Ravine, Strawberry Hills, and points east (8 am)
May 1 – Northeast Swale (7:30 am)
Young Naturalists Bluebird Trail
The Saskatoon Young Naturalists have been monitoring bluebird populations around Saskatoon since 1968. Contact Greg Fenty if you would like to help.
We can make a difference. We just need to take action. Here’s one idea:
Encourage Saskatoon City Council to follow the City of Toronto’s guidelines for greening surface parking lots (e.g. landscaping and trees, storm water management on site).
A city-wide composting program may soon be introduced. In the meantime, be sure to sign up for the Green Cart program.
Fracking may have caused earthquakes in Ohio – what can we expect in Saskatchewan?
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