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Word of the Week: Myrmecochory
May 29, 2020 by Maya Adachi-Amitay
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Friday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Planet Sun Catcher Craft
May 26, 2020 by Haya Aldoori
Welcome to Keep Calm & Nature On! This is where we share different things you can do to maintain your nature connection....
Word of the Week: Bract
May 22, 2020 by Haya Aldoori
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Friday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Mighty Mayapple
May 20, 2020 by Tina Soldovieri
Spring is a time of welcoming back old friends, sometimes only for a short window of time. You might think of birds that come through Toronto on their way to the boreal forest. But this can be true for plants, too. Mayapple is one of them! A woodland...
Toilet Paper Roll Snake Craft
May 20, 2020 by Haya Aldoori
Welcome to Keep Calm & Nature On! This is where we share different things you can do to maintain your nature connection....
Upcycled Scrap Paper Beads
May 15, 2020 by Julia Miller-Black
Welcome to Keep Calm & Nature On! This is where we share different things you can do to maintain your nature connection....
Word of the Week: Frondescence
May 15, 2020 by Julia Miller-Black
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Friday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Word of the Week: Pullulate
May 08, 2020 by Julia Miller-Black
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Friday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
May Sounds
May 06, 2020 by Tina Soldovieri
This month you might be lucky to hear an up to 30-second-long, fairly high monotone trill in the wetlands of High Park. Have you ever wondered who makes this distinct sound? It is not a bird and it is not a frog. - It is a male American toad calling ...
Egg Carton Animal Mask Craft
May 06, 2020 by Julia Miller-Black
Welcome to Keep Calm & Nature On! This is where we share different things you can do to maintain your nature connection....
Word of the Week: Vernal
May 01, 2020 by Julia Miller-Black
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Friday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Smell & Seek
April 25, 2020 by Haya Aldoori
Welcome to Keep Calm & Nature On! This is where we share different things you can do to maintain your nature connection....
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