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Respecting nature’s gifts helps to grow your Natural Intelligence. By giving back to nature nature takes care of you. We are all at different places in our learning when it comes to what we know about our nature and how we interact with it. By growing our Natural Intelligence, we build our understanding of the changing natural world around us. When we respect nature’s gifts, we can adjust our habits to be more in tune with the natural world. Our actions as individuals and as a community determine our future.

Giving back to nature

 Respecting nature’s gifts: Give back to nature and let nature give back to you.

Let nature give back to you

Nature gives back to each of us differently. From a walk in a park to learning about our unique ecosystems, click through the bubbles to see how nature can give back to you.

Respecting nature’s gifts is also an important step toward honouring the lands of the lək̓ʷəŋən and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples and is a small yet sincere step toward reconciliation.

"Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you."

Frank Lloyd Wright

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