Earth Rangers’ 2019 Annual Report is titled “Our Silver Lining”, celebrating the inspiring actions our members who work tirelessly for a better future in the face of so much environmental uncertainty. We encourage you to take a few minutes to read this report...
Climate change is changing everything, and young Canadians have something to say about it. Earth Rangers, the largest kids’ conservation organization, is all about giving the next generation of our planet’s stewards a voice, and a platform to make themselves heard. On...
The western bumblebee is what we call a habitat generalist—a species able to thrive in a wide variety of environmental conditions and ecosystems, from subalpine and montane habitats to open forests and prairie grasslands. Once considered one of the most common and...
Earth Rangers and University of Calgary researcher Mirjam Barrueto are working to protect wolverine habitat from human impact and disturbance.
In partnership with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), Earth Rangers is helping to restore 16km expanse of urban greenspace and meadowlands.
Earth Rangers and Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Canada need your help to protect grizzly bear habitat in the Yukon’s Beaver River Watershed!
The leader of the St. Joseph Gananoque Environmental Club talks eco-clubs and engaging students in environmental action.
Earth Rangers is working with the International Conservation Fund of Canada to help protect an important migratory stopover site for the incredible red knot.
Adopt a river otter and help Earth Rangers and WCS Canada protect crucial habitat along the Yukon’s river shorelines.
Adopt a species at risk in Canada’s Arctic through our Wildlife Adoptions Program, and help support crucial on-the-ground projects led by Canadian researchers.
The new Earth Rangers App empowers kids and parents to take environmental action in the face of increasing eco-anxiety.
Earth Rangers is proud to announce Peter Kendall among the newest appointments to the Order of Canada!
Congrats to the winners of our Manitoba Battery Blitz!
Make Room for Nature: Conservation organizations from across the country have come together to increase awareness and support for protected areas in Canada.
The sockeye salmon of BC’s Coquitlam River are a crucial food source for both local wildlife and the Kwikwetlem First Nation people, and provide nutrients for the river’s ecosystem. Unfortunately, populations are rapidly declining.