News & Events
Spend your Wednesday at the Bruce County Museum, and while you’re there, meet some Earth Rangers Animal Ambassadors and Animal Trainers!
Forests are a crucial part of Canada’s natural heritage, wilderness areas and economy, but perhaps most importantly, Canadian forests have a major role to play in climate change.
As a way of giving back and in celebration of Canada 150, Earth Rangers and FPAC are supporting research to help determine the best management practices for moose.
As part of Celebration Canada 150, Earth Rangers will be visiting Canada’s Wonderland!
Earth Rangers and The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) Support Critical Research on the Impacts of Moose Calf Harvest in Ontario
As part of our Canada 150 initiative, Members across Canada will learn about the potential threats facing one of our most iconic species- the moose!
This summer in Toronto’s High Park, starting July the 1st, you can meet Earth Rangers’ amazing Animal Ambassadors! Live Animal Meet and Greets between 11 am and 1 pm every day until July 30th!
Since 2013, Earth Rangers and BASF have teamed up to bring hands-on chemistry workshops to students in elementary schools across Canada. The award-winning Kids’ Lab is a 45-minute lab session that focuses on a chemistry concepts and chemical processes that occur in...
Earth Rangers is delighted to announce continued support from Environment and Climate Change Canada.
Help restore the Credit River Watershed! Plant a tree, meet an Earth Rangers Animal Ambassador, and learn all about the important watershed we all rely on for clean drinking water and a healthy environment.
Spend your Thursday night exploring biodiversity and habitat conservation, and meet some Earth Rangers Animal Ambassadors!
Earth Rangers and Call2Recycle engage Manitoba students to divert batteries from the province’s waste stream
Call2Recycle is partnering with Earth Rangers to bring battery recycling education to Manitoba students.
The isolated Scott Islands are an important sanctuary for millions of seabirds, some of which are at-risk.
Killer whales, blue whales, and humpback whales regularly roam the waters off the Scott Islands.
What we now call the Southern Strait of Georgia has been known to the Coastal Salish First Nations for over 5,000 years.
Our 2016 Annual Report is all about hope. We see hope in the actions and stories of our members, who are changing the world around them every day.