Nature, discovery, science, and fun are the common elements in these late summer activities.
How to entice your kids away from the TV and into the great outdoors.
Free play, creativity, family time and science - all wrapped up in one fun activity.
Nothing can match the excitement of watching new life emerge.
Wilderness canoe tripping can teach kids about nature and about teamwork.
Learn about weather, and have some family fun.
These diapering options are more eco-friendly.
The benefits of a local and seasonal diet.
Local school boards and students are singing the praises of environmental education...and the government is listening.
There’s no better time to improve your family’s energy use habits.
Fishing teaches kids so much more than how to catch fish. Plus, it’s fun.
Introduce your child to the joy of kiting, and rekindle your own interest, with these easy-to-make kites.
Indigenous peoples have a lot to teach us about enjoying the winter.
Autumn is the season for harvest festivals, corn mazes, Hallowe'en events and more at Central Ontario's many family farms.
There’s nothing like spending a night or two camping in the winter woods.
Choosing healthier and more eco-friendly options for your kids.
Skiing as a family provides both trills and bonding time.
What’s better for the environment is better for your kids.
Get the whole family on the trail to fitness and fun.
Kids suffer when they have no contact with the natural world.
Great lessons are learning when kids help out.
Home canning captures the freshness of the harvest.
The ban on BPA-laden baby bottles has many parents moving to safer products.
Preparing for winter roads.
When the sun, bugs, and plants make their assault, take evasive measures.
Entire families are trying out this popular winter sport.
Choose the best summer camp for your child by asking the right questions, right now.
Get creative this holiday season with these alternative gift-wrapping ideas.
Explore the yellows, reds and oranges of autumn with a fun-filled scavenger hunt.
Hot tips to keep your pets safe.
Bird feeders provide our feathered friends with much-needed nutrition in wintertime while teaching our kids about wildlife.
Choosing organic and eco clothing is better for kids and the planet.
Michelle learns that common household products, such as dryer sheets, contain nasty chemicals.
Following the Osborne family in their quest for a “greener” lifestyle.
This time around, the Osborne family measures its ecological footprint - and is surprised by the findings.
The family discovers that having an energy-efficient home is rewarding in more ways than one.
Use the 5Rs to make your child’s lunches greener and healthier.
This exciting hobby has it all: treasure hunt, adventure, learning, and fun.
Make the trip to school healthier – leave the car at home.