Environment

Bringing Back the Bees

Sunday, September 15, from 9:30 am to 4 pm at the Civitan Hall, 6787 County Rd. 43, in Perth, ON. Susan Chan, program manager at Farms at Work, will provide landowners with ways to attract bees by turning unused or marginal land into habitat for these natural pollinators.Includes a visit to a local farm to see the plan created by Chan.

Hosted by the Stewardship Councils of Eastern Ontario.

See attached poster & Susan Chan. Please send to friends and colleagues.

LET'S TALK RESILIENCE!

Let's Talk Resilience - Transition Perth event - flyerMark your calendars for Thursday September 26th! Transition Perth is very excited to be hosting a unique community meeting at the Perth Legion, 26 Beckwith Street East, from 6-9pm. Sponsored by the Town of Perth, the evening will focus on building resilience in Perth and area.

Northeast Permaculture Convergence

This amazing convergence features 3 days and over 35 presentations and workshops on permaculture!  Come connect with the permaculture community, and enjoy the food and camping!  This event brings permaculturists from all over northeast North America.

Check out the program! Members from the Perth-based Permaculture Institute of Eastern Ontario will be presenting and sharing their knowledge and experience with the wider community :)  We hope you'll join us!

Sustainability Project / 7th Generation Initiative

The Sustainability Project / 7th Generation Initiative is an educational, non-profit organization that exists to collect, study, develop and teach ideas, information, technologies and customs that promote green values and lead toward a sustainable future.

Their website offers a free mini-course with material on cultural evolution, particularly as it applies to the shift toward a sustainable future. It consists of 11 short article or videos, delivered one a week.

The Worm Factory

The people at the Worm Factory work with regional non profit organizations as a green solution to waste management. They provide worm composting kits to local educational programs, and have provided outreach to local waste management programs, conservation authorities, and public schools.

www.wormfactory.ca

or call 613 273-7595

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