ECO-FEST 2016 Tuesday, June 14 and Wednesday, June 15, 2016 Location: Hamilton Air Force Association – 128 King St E, Dundas, ON L9H 1N5 FREE Event for Grades 4 & 5 Registration opens Tuesday, May 24
Click here to register: http://earthdayhamilton.ca/events/eco-festival/school-registration/
Students will attend a full day of:
– Interactive displays
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Date: Tuesday, March 29 Location: Hometown Hamilton at 27 King William St. Time: 6:00 pm (presentation starts at 7:00 pm). Presented by Green Drinks Hamilton, EDHB, and Sustainable Brant. Food and drink available. Discussion of next steps and schmoozing to follow.
Hamiltonians concerned with food security are still mourning the loss of 3,000 acres of . . . → Read More: It isn’t over yet! Stopping the Biggest Loss of Farmland in Recent Ontario History
Churchill Park in the Westdale neighbourhood of Hamilton (corner of Dromore Crescent and Marion Ave N).
Join us to plant a variety of trees, big & small, to restore a natural border to this important forest above Cootes Paradise, one of Canada’s most significant wetlands.
Planting, live music +++ more!
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Earthday is an annual celebrated worldwide event on April 22nd to support environmental & ecological awareness and protection. Earth Day was originally celebrated in 1970, in New York City, and now is a recognized global event celebrated in over 192 countries. Read more at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth_Day
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JOIN US @ 19th ANNUAL EARTH DAY TREE PLANTING FESTIVAL Saturday April 18, 2015, 10am-3pm at Churchill Park in the Westdale neighbourhood of Hamilton (corner of Dromore Crescent and Marion Ave N). Join the community in planting 1,000 trees to restore a natural border to this important forest above Cootes Paradise, one of . . . → Read More: Plant Trees for Earth Day
JOIN OUR WASTE WATCHERS TEAM Help us green events across Hamilton as we set up waste streaming centres and instruct event-goers on putting their waste in the right place. You’ll be amazed how people embrace learning to stream their waste and even more amazed when you see how . . . → Read More: Join Our Waste Watchers Team