Winter may yet have a firm grip outdoors, but our thoughts are free to turn to spring and all things garden! In fact, while we’re still cozied up inside and before most of the hands-on work begins, Ma
Imagine yourself in the time before contact. During winter you’ve been with your family, living on preserved foods. It is spring, and you need fresh foods and medicines to renew, to strengthen bodies,
As winter approaches, gardeners everywhere start to count down the days until the new planting season begins. While you might be excited to browse through the seed catalog or brainstorm a new garden d
There’s no need to give up your green-living goals or spend a fortune to create a whimsical and festive tablescape for the holidays. To dazzle guests and create a beautiful and sustainable holiday tab
When Alice asked which way she should go, the Cheshire Cat in Lewis Carroll’s timeless tale pointed out that the choices you make “depend a good deal on where you want to get to.” Do you have a clear

Indigenous Values

The seasonal traditions of Indigenous Peoples are as diverse as the Indigenous cultures across Canada. At the heart of our beliefs, the care and wellness of the collective is given more credence than
The holidays are a time for joy and celebration; however, there is often stress associated with these events, particularly for older adults, their families, and their caregivers. Increasing demands on
You may not have heard this before, but if you’re looking for a natural way to achieve relaxation and promote sleep, listen up! Sound therapy has been found to relieve stress, pain, and tension and in
The holidays may be the most wonderful time of the year, yet they can also be among the most stressful. So many social and family obligations on top of day-to-day and work demands can make even the me
The smoke wafts over Greg Hopf as he holds a bowl of burnt sage. He takes a breath and exhales—exhaling more than just sacred smoke, but also negative energy. It’s an Indigenous wellness ritual that H