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Resources related to: Environmental

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“Ecology of Dakota Landscapes: Past, Present and Future”

Longtime Dakotas ecologist talks effects of farms, dams and warming. “.... surveys that expansive regional history. One of its co-authors, South Dakota State University professor emeritus W. Carter Johnson, began studying the ecology of the Dakotas more than a half-century ago.

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Aquamation is an environmentally friendy of disposing of human or animal remains

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CBC - What on Earth

A weekly newsletter from the CBC about environmental matters

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Clothes washing bag

This washing bag is designed to capture microfibres.

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Grasslands in Canada

A site that explains the benefits of grasslands and their preservation and restoration.

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Microfibre filter

This product attaches to your washing machine's discharge line and claims to keep microfibres from entering the waterways.

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Microfibre washing ball

This product is designed to prevent microfibres from breaking off from clothes and to capture them for proper disposal.

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Pollinator Plants for the Thompson/Okanagan Region

A resource for selecting plants for our gardens

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Pollinator site from the U.S. government.

A website celebrating pollinators from Farmers.gov.

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Recycle your cell phone and support gorillas at the same time

The Toronto zoo will recycle your cell phone which can help protect gorillas in the wild

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Transition Kamloops

Transition Kamloops’ mission is increasing local resilience and self-sufficiency in food, water, energy, culture and wellness. We emphasize a local economy, healthy ecosystems, and grassroots community building, while reducing our dependence on fossil fuels. Our activities vary depending on the interests of our volunteers: everything from advocacy for municipal climate action to Repair Cafes. Sign up for our newsletter or check out our website at www.transitionkamloops.net to stay up to date on current projects.

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What we our putting into our oceans and specifics about where it comes from.

Videos with detailed descriptions of the material that humans add to our oceans and breakdowns of sources.