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Thanksgiving

The first US Thanksgiving was actually a three-day affair.  In November 1621, the settlers’ first corn harvest proved so successful, Governor William Bradford reportedly invited the Plymouth…

Canadian Thanksgiving

Canadian Thanksgiving: How it compares to America’s holiday As American’s geared up for their annual Thanksgiving feast, Canadians looked back on theirs, as the celebration of gratitude…

Restoring the Balance

Restoring the Balance  What Wolves Tell Us about Our Relationship with Nature  Author – John A. Vucetich  Wolves on a wilderness island illuminate lessons on the environment,…

Turnover Blues

Turnover Blues ~by Rick Olson~ Walleyes are directly affected by this naturally occurring, seasonal phenomenon, and can make for some of the toughest fishing conditions you’ll face…

Roasted Veggies

From the Earth  Roasted Veggies – An IndigenousvTradition to Celebrate the End of the Growing Season    Ingredients  3 pounds assorted root vegetables: carrots, parsnips, celeriac, potatoes,…

Nature Brain

This Is Your Brain on Nature  When we get closer to nature—be it untouched wilderness or a backyard tree—we do our overstressed brains a favor.   When you…

Putting the Fishing Gear Away

Putting the Fishing Gear Away  By Gord Ellis             As I sit down to write this piece in late October, I’ve just returned from what may be the…

Covid Treatment

Antivirals may change the course of the pandemic    New pills to treat COVID-19 are now showing promise at curbing illness and saving lives.    Years before…

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