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National Sweater Day Knitting Challenges: Lucinda – Step 3 – the Iced Collar
Knitting sweaters, socks, and other cozy garments for ourselves and our loved ones can help lower our thermostats and shrink our ecological footprints. Let's knit! Part

National Sweater Day Knitting Challenges: Design Your Own Knits: Pan(da)toufles – Part 2
Knitting sweaters, socks, and other cozy garments for ourselves and our loved ones can definitely help lower our thermostats and shrink our ecological footprints, but a more inspired and creative approach to knitting can make an even bigger impact.

National Sweater Day Knitting Challenges: Lucinda – Step 2, the sleeves
I hope everyone is doing well with their sweater knitting challenge. I am incredibly pleased to see so many knitters take on this challenge.

Tony Dekker on the physical, spiritual and philosophical connection between music and nature
Growing up on a small farm in a rural community put me in touch with nature—weather patterns and seasonal cycles—in a real way. A livelihood in farming hinges on being in tune with those things.

The perfect school project – spring shoreline cleanups
The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup, a joint direct action conservation initiative of the Vancouver Aquarium and WWF, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year with an expanded spring shoreline cleanup program. Registration is now open for schools, scout and guide groups in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario and Québec to host a cleanup any day from April 1 through through June 30, 2013.