In the second episode, @EricaHargreave from NATURALLY OURS visits BC's oldest working farm, Ruckle Heritage Farm. Be met with beauty of the place and a depth of understanding from farmer Mike Lane in ecosystems, carbon cycles, and maintaining a sustainable footprint that far exceeds many who study environmental sciences, thanks to Mike's intimate familiarity with the land and the animals he cares for.
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Our freedom seems to disappear but hand in hand we'll earn it back. We deny ourselves for the sake of the whole. It's silly... I've never listed being able to leave the house as something to be grateful for. I guess it's true... You don't know what you've got until it's gone. It's a rude awakening but a valuable lesson in perspective. We are so lucky to find ourselves within these borders and surrounded by incredibly kind hearts. While we can't go out on the town we're still granted one small but powerful solace, being able to take a walk. The sun is still shining, the birds are announcing springtime and the trees continue to showcase their beauty. All we've ever needed for peace and happiness was always here, in each other + nature.
🔸Just let yourself enjoy in life. Go with the flow. Don’t think, whatever will happen. Because if something happens, let it be. 🔶 Solo déjate disfrutar la vida. Fluye. No pienses, que pase lo que tenga que pasar. Porque si pasa algo, que así sea.
Playgrounds across Canada right now are temporarily closing or being recommended to avoid. And as much as we usually love having fun on the playground, we agree that this is an important, critical step to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
However, as the weather starts to warm, it will still be important to ensure our current parks and playgrounds stay as clean as possible so, once we are collectively permitted to use the playground again with social distance, we can continue to limit the impact of COVID-19.
For 3 ways to sanitize park equipment, or learn more about how we are responding to COVID-19, follow the link in our bio.
Catching the Last Rays...
Life is challenging for all of us right now. We are being told by our government leaders to stay at home, but they also are encouraging us to get outdoors. Of course that means no crowds and keeping a safe distance from each other. So keeping this in mind, I will endeavour to continue taking pictures where possible. I love taking dawn and sunrise photographs in places where I'm usually the only human around.
This beautiful sunset was in early March at the marsh boardwalk of Canada’s most southern national park, Point Pelee.
Stay safe my friends!
I’m so glad that we got out yesterday before parks Canada made the decision to close all parks and national historic sites (I only assume Alberta parks will follow suit). I’m sad that people could not respect our parks nor follow recommendations on social distancing that they had no choice but implement this plan. I understand, and I am not disappointed in their decision , I am however disappointed in humanity.
Seeka TV is excited to bring you a new documentary series fresh out of beautiful Canada! 🍁
Returning to her storytelling roots as the quirky science loving gal, @EricaHargreave reminds us of our connection to nature, as we explore this awe-inspiring continent. As it's never long before Erica makes friends, she is joined by the scientists, historians, and artists inspired by natural spaces.
We could definitely use a little more nature in our lives right now, and NATURALLY OURS is a chance to explore straight from home. Season one streaming now on Seeka TV, FREE! Tap on our bio for the watch link!