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The David Suzuki Foundation is excited to launch the Blue Dot Tour, a cross-country journey to support a simple yet powerful idea: that all Canadians should have the right to drink clean water, breathe fresh air and eat healthy food.Continue reading »
As part of the Homegrown National Park Project, the David Suzuki Foundation is excited to announce our first-ever overnight camp out in the city, the Homegrown Jamboree, this summer.Continue reading »
"We know you are also worried about the Canadian Arctic and its animals, and we hope you can use this money." ~Ruby Lyons (age nine)
Not yet out of elementary school, Ruby Lyons is already a fundraising maven.Continue reading »
What happens when you really get to know the world in your own backyard? Community Giving Volunteer Graeme provides a taste of where cultivating a love for nature where you live can take you.
Born in B.C., Graeme loves the outdoors, particularly hiking. Walking the West Coast Trail changed his life. "This direct exposure to the purest form of nature helped cultivate a sense of stewardship in me that drives my desire to help incite change," he says.
Has he ever lived those words!Continue reading »
Toronto may soon be home to a chain of DIY backyard bee hotels and a natural forest in a downtown alleyway. Those were the winning designs selected in the first Homegrown Design Challenge, launched this spring by Workshop Architecture and the David Suzuki Foundation.Continue reading »