In honour of International Coastal Cleanup Day, Know North Shore will be hosting a shoreline cleanup at Ambleside beach! We will meet on September 18 at 11:00am in front of the Boatshed Cafe.
Shoreline cleanups, aka the act of cleaning up the litter near a body of water, are a really great way for ANYONE to make a positive change in their community.
What better way to celebrate the end of 2020 than with a cheery holiday season? Why not try out some tips to make your festivities more friendly to the environment!
Rain and cold weather is the perfect storm for a hot cup of tea and some Netflix. Here are my top three recommendations for environment-related documentaries that you can enjoy for the cinematography AND to learn something new.
This past week, Know North Shore was featured on the Aquablog! The Aquablog is a blog run by Ocean Wise that features a range of cool stories from their Marine Mammal Rescue, Education, Arctic, Seafood Programs and more! This is actually a great place to look for current news relating to conservation and ocean stewardship.Continue reading “Know North Shore Featured on Ocean Wise’s AquaBlog!”
One of the easiest ways we can help reduce our impact on the environment is to try to eat in a more environmentally-friendly way. These don’t have to be big life changes! There are lots of small choices you can make that add up to a big impact.
With the COVID-19 pandemic, it seems like there are more single-use products than ever…for good reason! Of course keeping ourselves, our friends and family, and our vulnerable populations safe is the top priority. But maybe we can all look for other ways to try to help our environment during this time.
Why did I start this website? Well for starters, my major in university was conservation. When I noticed a gap in available information online about the marine wildlife on the North Shore, I was surprised!
If you’re like me and struggle to find a good book to dive into, fear not! I have compiled a list of some of my favourite ocean/conservation/wildlife-related reads for you to check out this summer.