Issue 28 Contents:
Andrea Sadowski- Rewilding: The low maintenance, low-cost way to attract more wildlife to your yard and increase biodiversity in your neighborhood
David Hancock- Why would you wish to become a Raptor Nest Monitor?
Tracy Lyster, CAUSS- Sprawl report: A call for protection of wild salmon habitat in the Lower Stave River estuary, Mission
Rebecca McMurray- The rare and amazing Pacific water shrew
Patricia Marlowe- Amazing and beautiful Hair Ice
Cairn McArthur- From Grief to ActivismOriginal artwork by Carl Chaplin, Brenna Maag and Carrielynn Victor.
Courtesy photos: Caroline Langbroek, Sharon Palmer-Hunt, Rick Skerry and Mike Stefiuk.
Cover photo: Bald eagle and nestlings by Sharron Palmer-Hunt.
Issue 27 Contents:
Camille Coray- The Creation and Continued Nurturing of the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve: The Process of Rewilding After Habitat Destruction
Torrance Coste- It’s time to let our best defence against climate change protect us
Kristy Montan- Mission’s Ill-Fated Tree Protection Bylaw
Marc Lee- The values of the forest and the value of the trees
Yvette John (P’eq sq’oyes Slha’:li’)- Coast Salish Weaving Lifestyle
Original artwork by Yvette John, Ellen Sereda and Peter Wayne Gong.
Courtesy photos: Ellen Sereda, Mike Stefiuk, Kayla Sullivan, and TJ Watt.
Cover photo: Pacific Wren, Bruce Klassen, Silverdale.
Issue 26 Contents:
Peter Wayne Gong- Orca in the Fraser River
Dr. Marvin L. Rosenau- Importance of beaver dams to Coho Salmon
Jolene Andrew- Returning to the Fire-side for the Salmon and the People
Danielle Courcelles- A Drop in the Bucket: Coastal Tailed Frogs
Angela Zimmerling- The Spawning Grounds
Original artwork by Ronnie Dean Harris, Peter Wayne Gong, Riley Charters, Jolene Andrew, Rocky LaRock, Gary Haggquist, and Leanne Hodges.
Courtesy photos: Mike Stefiuk
Cover photo: Female Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) in spawning coloration, by Sharron Palmer-Hunt.