A Composter That Works!! This is a basic outline describing a composter built at home. Organic matter broke down so fast that one to two feet of finished compost could be removed from the bottom of both composters every year. The composters are wood and are painted black. The black colour blends in with the colour of the asphalt driveway. The driveway is a very handy location
The holiday season is in full swing! Why not make your Christmas extra “green” this year by considering sustainable gifts and practices. There are so many different ways to make your Christmas more environmentally friendly. If you haven’t already, try incorporating some of these ideas this holiday season… Wrap your gifts with newspaper or a reusable gift bag you have around the house.
HCA ecology staff, along with Steve Robinson, Project Manager of the City of Hamilton forestry staff hosted a Gypsy Moth & Fall Cankerworm workshop Friday, November 3rd. Couldn’t make it to the workshop? Here are some helpful tips to put to use on your property! Fall Cankerworm It is best to band trees after the first or second hard frost fo the season.
October 24th-31st is Bat Week! It’s an annual celebration of the important role bats play in nature. Many people don’t realize how vital bats are to pest control, pollinators and seed dispersers. So we’ve rounded up 10 amazing facts about bats to help you understand why we should all work together to save these endangered species. Bats are the only mammals that fly. Scientists