Inspiration

Opinion: Informal urban green spaces key in climate fight

The Falaise St-Jacques in N.D.G. and Champs des Possibles in Mile End are community-action success stories, and more are needed ...
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UrbaNature’s new president discovers rare falaise plant!

UrbaNature’s newly inaugurated president Jean-Pierre Duford sits down with intern Zoe Schipper to share a new discovery found in the ...
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Premiere: Intergenerational Audiovisual History Project

This project is a year in the making and is a collection of oral testimonies and stories from community members ...
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50 Years of Environmentalism

The year 2022 marks my 50th year of environmentalism. In 1972, the harbour commission in my home town of Nanaimo, ...
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Winter Solstice with the Riverstrong Forest School

To celebrate the winter solstice in December 21st, UrbaNature in partnership with Riversong Forest School ran a special Solstice forest ...
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10 Steps To Changing Your World

Sometimes it can feel as though there is little we can do as individuals to help the world around us. ...
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Summer students join UNE biodiversity research team

“Biology professor Emma Despland collaborated with local NGO urbaNature Education (UNE) to place five Concordia students in the Canada Summer ...
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MNA medal presented to our very own Lisa Mintz

On June 29th of 2022, Kathleen Weil, MNA for NDG Westmount, presented UrbaNature founder, Lisa Mintz, with the Medal of ...
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Over 100 people turn out for annual Falaise Bioblitz!

The Falaise Bioblitz, organized in 2022 on April 30th, was coordinated by UrbaNature Education, the Canadian Wildlife Federation and Sustainable ...
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Explore a hidden urban forest with UrbaNature

Thanks to grants from the Red Cross and the Government of Canada, UrbaNature’s resident Falaise St. Jacques expert has been ...
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Neighbourhood Nature Walk— the more trees, the better

During these difficult times, Nature can be a solace. We are fortunate to be able to get outside, while maintaining ...
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5 ways to connect with Nature in the winter

Winter is a long, difficult season in Montreal and it’s easy to find things to complain about. Snow makes getting ...
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