We can conserve trees by not building or living in homes larger than we truly need. Smaller homes means less wood used for framing trim, and less heating cooling which means less land area cleared for mining, drilling, or biomass need to generate electric
Use this as a basis to compile sample activities to do with students to conserve the Earth, these include: plant a tree, recycle, turn off the lights, and clean up trash. The others are good ideas to simply introduce the students to.
Here's the article in our series about Earth Day is for Teaching Good Energy Habits. Making sure our children and future generations understand the importance of energy efficiency is a very important part of living green and protecting the planet!
Prince Edward Island in Canada is something of a storybook. With red sandstone cliffs, seaside villages with bustling harbours and quilted fields of green that go on for miles, it’s easy to see why many Canadian mainlanders have something of a love affair
Located between Charlottetown and Cavendish, the big yellow Preserve Company has been a staple tourist destination for decades – but don’t dismiss it as a tourist trap. The riverside restaurant and preserve shop has