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Andrew de Vries has worked in the forest and conservation sector for more than 30 years. Although he’s coached and managed people in the past, he’d never been a part of a formal mentorship program before #MyGreenMentor. The British Columbia local was matched with a mentee on the other side…
Catherine Langille was unsure about her future plans, but after a few years working as a Project Learning Tree Canada (PLT Canada) Green Jobs youth with the Outland Youth Employment Program (OYEP), she knew she wanted to work in a Green Job. Mark Kmill, who oversees OYEP’s Eastern Division, encouraged…
By Paul Robitaille, Director of Indigenous and Youth Relationships Life’s most impactful moments sometimes come in the simplest of packages and in the most unexpected places. This moment for me came in the form of a single word in the middle of a forest, 650km north of Thunder Bay. It…
By Paul Robitaille, Director of Indigenous and Youth Relationships “The right to land and to self-government. The right to self-determination. Those causes are right in any society.” Being Métis, that statement by Jim Sinclair to the 1987 First Ministers’ Conference often plays in my mind. Self-determination—the ability to freely pursue one’s…
Did you know that a tree 48 metres tall and 4.5 metres around can hold about an elephant and a half of carbon (8252 kilograms)? Sarah Marks, the host of Earth Rangers’ “The Big Melt” podcast explores the role forests play in the fight against climate change in Episode 12:…
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