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Growing food in cities can help increase food security – along with a host of other benefits.
Meet our 1% for the Planet partner of the month: Texas Trees Foundation. Their mission is to expand urban forests in cities across the state. See how our team helped plant 90 trees at a school in Dallas.
Learn how Edmonton & Area Land Trust is promoting nature conservation and protecting pollinators in Alberta’s capital.
Meet our 1% for the Planet partner of the month, Sentier Urbain, connecting Montrealers by growing community gardens.
Discover how we turned this unique partnership into an unanimous win for visitors, employees, local ecosystems and food lovers alike in Toronto.
Almonds, cranberries, apples, blueberries, broccoli, cauliflower, celery, asparagus, avocados: these are a few examples of crops that entirely depend on pollinators.
What have you eaten today? Chances are at least part of what was on your plate exists thanks to bees – and we’re not just talking honey.
At home and at work, what we choose to eat and how it’s grown makes a difference to the world we live in.
How Ivanhoé Cambridge is raising awareness about its sustainability efforts in Vancouver, BC.