The community that plants together, grows together! Join Trees Ontario and supporting partners this upcoming May 3rd and June 21st for its sixth annual Community Planting Weekend!
North American Native Plant Society hosts largest native plant sale in Canada.
If devastating storms are the new norm, more green infrastructure is needed to protect our communities.
Join Stephen Faul, Imagine Canada’s VP Strategic Communications and Business Development, as he introduces Imagine’s narrative tool kit.
Poll finds overwhelming voter support for action to save bees in the Niagara Peninsula.
Al Gore praises Ontario for its commitment to ban coal
Ontario needs to get ready for climate change: Gord Miller
Educational Forum: Credibly Communicating Sustainability Initiatives
Take Part: Toronto Sustainability Speaker Series (TSSS)
Waterworks Aquaponics in Northumberland County
Join Trees Ontario for its annual Community Planting Weekend May 4
Open House at Canada’s Greenest Home
Green Industry Conference (GIC), October 23-25, 2013
Preparing for the Storm: REEP workshop on gardens, basements and healthy rivers
Imagine Canada: Kickstarting a new conversation about charities and nonprofits
Dollars to Sense: Energy Conservation Training Workshop
Off-grid wind turbines make their way to Northern Ontario
Honey bees get support in Niagara Falls by-election polling
Educational Forum: Building a Sustainability Focused Culture
Conservation groups decry proposed changes to Endangered Species Act
Bruce Power receives $100,000 penalty for environmental violations
The Green Living Show – 2014
Green Living Show 2011 – April 15 – 17
Ontario Government’s actions threaten the protection of endangered species
Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner: Time for action on transit funding
May 21-22, 2013 – Grey to Green Conference
UW-based research network launches plan to fight air pollution
Exploring Green: Ontario’s Green Careers Resource Guide
Ontario Farm to School Challenge
Getting ahead of the storm with green infrastructure
Ontario stalls in conserving transportation fuels
Point and Counterpoint: Cultural Diversity and the Environment March 18, 2014
Ontario Streams: Adopt-A-Stream Program
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