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Irrigation In The Garden

Water is a precious natural resource to be consumed with great moderation in all circumstances.During the summer season, the various…

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How Industrial Farming Has Negatively Effected The Monarch Butterfly

The decline in breeding areas of monarch butterflies in the United States is the main cause of their recent decline in…

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Wind Power Three Times More Popular in NS Than In Ontario

Wind Energy Strategy in Windsor makes wind farms three times more popular than Ontario, a study found. This research was…

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Nunavik Caribous To Wear Camera For Study

Ottawa – More than 20 Nunavik caribou females will wear a camera around their necks for three months next summer to…

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Anza-Borrego wildflowers Are In ‘Super Bloom’ In California

The California desert is currently experiencing an explosion of many varieties of wildflowers. Exceptional rainfall in the southwestern United States…

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As with smoking cessation, within a few years, a patch could become the first treatment for peanut allergy. © RegBarc, Wikipedia, cc by its 3.0

Peanut Allergy Patch In Development

A patch developed by a French biotechnology company has achieved encouraging results, in a study presented at a congress this…

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Some of the millions of locusts raised at Midgard Farm in Windsor, Nova Scotia. Photo: Communications Nova Scotia / Megan Mahon

Nova Scotia Farm Raises Locusts

A graduate of the Nova Scotia Agricultural School, Joy Hillier, wanted to fill a gap in the breeding range of…

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Towerbirch Pipeline

Towerbirch Pipeline Will Go Through Farm Lands

Canadians have been told the environment must be protected for future generations while stimulating the economy and creating good middle-class jobs….

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Ontario: Farmer Urges Sale of Raw Milk

OTTAWA – A farmer in eastern Ontario who is the subject to an order to stop selling raw milk hopes…

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Firefighter at the scene of a devastating fire in a barn in Chilliwack, British Columbia, March 8, 2017 Photo: Radio-Canada / Gian-Paolo Mendoza

Thousands of chickens die in Chilliwack barn fire

Thousands of chickens perished in a fire in a barn in Chilliwack, a suburb of Vancouver. The fire ravaged the…

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