We are feeling the effects of climate change, both locally and around the world. It can be daunting to figure out how to respond, but becoming more resilient, both individually and as a community, is key. Here are some resources that can help you along that journey.

Talking about climate change is important. But it’s also difficult. See what others are saying and learn to have a conversation of your own.
Learn about how to get started with growing your own food, how to help pollinators, and where to find public fruit trees.
Learn about what makes a living city and what Environment Lethbridge is doing to expand green infrastructure.
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