Run for Biodiversity

Running wild for food and farmers!

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Are you a runner or walker (or skier or snowshoer) looking for a way to have some healthy fun with family or friends, and make a contribution to a cause you believe in? R4B may be just right for you.
Run for Biodiversity has expanded to seven cities: if you’re a runner, walker, skier or snowshoer we invite you to join our R4B Team of fundraising volunteers!

Here’s our 2014 R4B plan:

If you’re looking for a healthy way to get involved, email David Rain at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details. Want to organize your own Ski or Swim or Bike for Biodiversity event? This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Why Run for Biodiversity?

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Biodiversity is all about food and farmers. It is the earth’s life-support system and nature’s brilliant insurance policy against disaster. If something fails, biodiversity means there a back-up plan. Much is at stake for us all, and in a real sense, USC Canada is helping farmers plant the seeds of our very survival.

Thanks for making a difference!

Thanks to your generous support, USC Canada is able to help farmers grow more food for their families, in ways that our kind to the environment and nurture biodiversity.

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LottaHitschmanova tbnWhat's in a Name?

We’re called USC Canada because we started out way back in 1945 as the Unitarian Service Committee, founded by the energetic and indefatigable Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova. We’re still planting the seeds that Lotta sowed. Find out more about our founder, Dr. Lotta Hitschmanova.

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