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Big Muddy

Tourism Saskatchewan / Douglas E. Walker

Did you know that Saskatchewan is one of two landlocked provinces in Canada (the other being Alberta), and that average temperatures here can vary more than 65 degrees Celsius throughout the year? more

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Windmill

Sandwich / Flickr

The argument for renewable energy sources over non-renewable seems clear. But even advocates of new technology point to new complications. more

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Gus Kenderdine Lagoon at Emma Lake

Gus Kenderdine

Our land is always with us. But in the midst of Saskatchewan’s natural power and beauty, how can we possibly keep track of the changes taking place around us, much less, understand what they mean? Art and a bit of history help. more

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NatureCity Festival

Wild About Saskatoon

Since 2013, Wild About Saskatoon has been reminding people of the beauty of nature in the city's urban spaces through its NatureCity Festival. more

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Jennifer Smith Nelson

The Grasslands National park is one of Saskatchewan's most family-friendly travel experiences. The massive landscape and variety of park programs create days of exploration and learning. more

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Ferret

Toronto Zoo

The grasslands of southwestern Saskatchewan are home (once again) to its native and adorable ferret. more

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Learning about the natural world can be as easy as going for a walk outside, but Saskatchewan is also rife with more formal outdoor education opportunities. more

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The Quill Lakes, Last Mountain Lake, and the Qu’Appelle Lakes are the heart of south central Saskatchewan’s water resource. They are also the heart of an emerging crisis in water management. more

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