RidgeWoodWest

At home with nature

Wildlife-Friendly Gardening Tips: Providing Food

May 27, 2017
Providing animals with their favourite foods is an important part of wildlife-friendly gardening. Consider a variety of plant types, as this will provide both a diverse and continuous source of food to all the beneficial species of animals that will visit your garden.

Wildlife-Friendly Gardening Tips: Green Gardening

May 22, 2017
Almost every choice we make in our everyday lives has some impact on the environment in which we live. Green gardening is another way to help the environment and wildlife out and allow you to feel good about and know you’re doing your part to create a healthy planet!

Wildlife-Friendly Gardening: Shelter

May 19, 2017

Providing the proper shelter for wildlife in your backyard is important. Not only does shelter protect wildlife from extreme temperatures, rain and other harsh weather, it also helps them hide from predators and provides them with places to safely raise their young. 

 

Wildlife-Friendly Gardening Tips: Water Features

May 12, 2017

Water is the basis for all life. It is necessary for drinking, keeping our wildlife clean and healthy. By adding a source of water to your yard, you’ll be amazed at the wildlife you attract! Find out ways to incorporate water into your backyard!

The Benefits of Making Your Backyard Welcoming to Wildlife

Apr 19, 2017

Ever wonder how you can make a difference for the health of wildlife living in and around Winnipeg? Well you can, and it could be done right in your own backyard. Find out how to create a space to help our environment grow!

Running Bison and the Rubbing Stone

Nov 29, 2016

Running Bison and the Rubbing Stone is a statement piece of art in the community of RidgeWood West. Are you wondering the history behind the piece? We interviewed the artist and asked where he drew inspiration from.