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Come find out about the Lost Rivers of Ward 13 and RAINscapeTO. Monday June 12, 2017, 6:15 – 8:15 (Jane/Dundas Branch of the Toronto Public Library) 100 years ago in Ward 13 several little creeks flowed from an ancient sandbar (near the Stockyards) into Humber Bay. Today the creeks are buried under curving streets with… Read more »
The 8th annual EcoFair at the Barns is taking place tomorrow from 11am-4pm, and we’ll be present as an exhibitor!
Secondhand Sunday is happening outside your house this weekend and you’re invited!
The Indigenous Waterways event will raise awareness, build connections, and strengthen the capacity of Toronto’s diverse communities to take action by providing an indigenous approach on relating to and caring for our watersheds.
Please join us on the evening of June 2nd for our Annual General Meeting! We have lots of news to share about upcoming initiatives and lots to celebrate as we round out our first year of Rivers Rising! And you won’t want to miss the TRCA’s workshop: “Greening Your Grounds” to learn how you can… Read more »
Thank you to all who attended our Annual General Meeting and the launch of our new and exciting project, Rivers Rising, funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation. It was inspiring to see so many familiar and new faces! During the Annual General Meeting, we welcomed four new members to our Board of Directors and took… Read more »
From Lost Rivers to Rivers Rising… You are invited to the Annual General Meeting and the Launch of a new & exciting project, “Rivers Rising” funded by the Trillium Foundation. There will be a short introduction to Rivers Rising followed by small group discussions with the project’s community partners. Rivers Rising brings together community gardens, lost rivers, the stories… Read more »
For the fourth year running, TGC participated in the Live Green Toronto Festival — Toronto’s largest outdoor celebration of all things green — where green hits the streets of Toronto! Vendors promoted green products, while environmental non-profits spread the word about the fantastic work that is being done to build a more sustainable future. Thanks to… Read more »
TGC and Lost Rivers are pleased to be 2014 Community Partners of the David Suzuki Foundation’s Homegrown National Park project. After participating as 2013 Community Partners in the inaugural year of this innovative initiative to establish a green corridor along the Garrison Creek, we are delighted to renew our partnership and commitment to this program…. Read more »