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Pollinator Garden Prep
Sunday, October 20th, 8:00 am to 1:00 pm
Villages of Brantwell

Help us help the Villages of Brantwell community restore some vacant land which will eventually become home to native plants, pollinator gardens, and local wildlife. This is an amazing example of a community coming together to transform their landscape to be ecologically stable and inviting for species that may have otherwise been displaced in an urban setting!


22 October 2019Climate Action in Burlington
Tuesday, October 22nd, 6:30 pm 
Burlington Lions Club; 471 Pearl Street

Come out for dinner and a presentation from Lynn Robichaud, Sr. Sustainability Coordinator discuss what the City of Burlington is doing in relation to climate change.

A buffet-style dinner is available starting at 6:30 pm for $23.00.
The presentation is free to attend, starting at 8:00 pm.

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BG Eco film graphic OctoberEco-Film Festival Screening: Living The Change 
Wednesday, October 23rd, 6:30 pm
(doors open at 6:00 pm) 

Burlington Central Library (2331 New Street)

Join us for our screening of "Living The Change" and explore different solutions that everyday citizens are putting into action to reduce their impact & live holistically in their efforts to save the planet! PLUS - we'll have a special tour of a tiny home at the library, brought to you by True North Tiny Homes! RSVP today!  

More Trees Please 1Visit us at The HUB   
Saturday, October 26th, 11:00am-3:00pm
Burlington Centre (The Hub is located inside the northwest entrance/around the corner of Starbucks).

BurlingtonGreen Youth Network - More Trees Please!Attention Burlington high school students! -Come join us at The HUB from 12- 2 pm to have some fun, discover the importance of trees and experiment with native tree species seeds! PLUS - get started planting your own tree to care for.