Daylighting the stories of Toronto’s Lost Rivers; Daylighting past and present stories of Indigenous and newcomer communities in Toronto; Creating green communities, the blue green city, and social enterprises; Connecting with nature, with each other and with the past to create a sustainable future!
Thriving with heritage flowers and vegetables, as well as native plants, it is a place to garden, learn, share and appreciate nature in the city.
Great Garden Adventure
The GGA uses fun outdoor games, eco-crafts and activities to teach children about ecosystems, gardening and composting while increasing their knowledge of and connection to nature.
Lost Rivers leads countless walking tours of the waterways buried by urban development in Toronto, exploring our relationship to water in the city.