The New Year is a time to take stock of where we are and where we are headed. Most of us have made resolutions to change behaviours in order to start anew in 2019: quitting smoking, eating healthier, or exercising more.
Do you consider parks and protected areas when thinking of New Year’s Resolutions?
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This post was written by David LeGros, a park naturalist at Ontario Parks.
One of the big draws to camping is the chance to get back to nature and experience the beauty it has to offer.
The sandy beaches, rocky shorelines, towering pines and singing birds really connect us to the place — we get to see nature behave naturally. Our part of the deal should to make as little impact on that landscape as possible.
There are a few common camping habits that are not good for the local landscape, or the planet in general.
Here are six park ranger tips for greener camping.
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