Hey Earth Rangers, thanks for checking in on this important project! Wow – there’s a lot to say about the amazing white sturgeon in the Kootenay Lake and River, and we’ve got the official scoop for you right here! Check out the latest (and final!) update from our...
Now presenting this year’s newest Bring Back the Wild project animal: the adorable Ringed Seal! The Ringed Seal makes its home way up in Canada’s frozen north, spending lots of time on the sea ice found throughout the Arctic. It hunts on the ice, sleeps on the ice,...
The final stop on our energy tour takes us right to the Earth Rangers Headquarters but this time we aren’t just talking about renewable energy. We’re talking about energy-saving too! Let’s meet up with our feathery tour guide and take a look! Hi Earth Ranger! I’m Koho...
This summer, Earth Rangers and the Forest Products Associated of Canada (FPAC) challenged kids across the country to celebrate Canada’s forests through photography.
For the past year, Earth Rangers members across Canada have been working hard to raise awareness and funds to support the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC) work to restore Gray Fox habitat on Pelee Island.
We are thrilled to report on the successful completion of the Bring Back the Wild Salamanders project!
As a species that’s evolved pretty much unchanged over the last 170 million years, this “living dinosaur” is also threatened, even if it doesn’t often appear on campaign billboards or in our social media feeds.
The *Brand New* Earth Rangers Podcast: A wildly entertaining exploration into nature’s biggest mysteries
Tune in to Season 1 of the Earth Rangers Podcast with your family and friends. We know you’re going to love it!
Our partners do some pretty incredible conservation work, and we’d like to take a moment to highlight a project that’s being done in the boreal forest by our friends at the Sustainable Forestry Initiative, or SFI for short. The boreal forest is a biodiversity hotspot...
Heading to a park this summer? We have an awesome activity for you! Track down the coolest sights and sounds in nature with our new Scavenger Hunt Showdown.
This summer, we’re supporting research to into the Kootenay white sturgeon to help this amazing fish survive another 170 millions years!
About 70% of Indigenous communities live in forested regions in Canada, but have been historically underrepresented in the forestry sector. Luckily, this is changing fast and Indigenous Peoples and groups are increasingly playing a bigger role in the management of rehabilitation of Canada’s forests.
Our 2017 Annual Report is all about our diverse and committed members across Canada and how they responded to some of this country’s biggest environmental challenges.
At Earth Rangers, we work hard to educate and inspire kids and families about the importance of protecting animals and the environment. That’s why we’re very proud that our headquarters, the Earth Rangers Centre, has been designed in a way that embodies our commitment to protecting nature for future generations.
We’ve put together a few examples to get you thinking big and small about how important forests are for wildlife, and what wildlife offers forests in return.