We’re excited to share a terrific line up of spring opportunities for you to get involved in to make a positive difference, right here in Burlington.
April ( Earth Month)
Our 12th annual Community Clean Up event is NOW ON. Be a part of this city-wide initiative to help keep Burlington clean, green and beautiful. Organizing a safe, fun and rewarding litter clean up is an excellent way to enjoy the outdoors while helping the planet locally. Gather your family, friends, community group, coworkers and classroom, and help remove litter from our parks, creeks, school yards, neighbourhoods and more.
Thank you to everyone who attended the multi-component Action on Climate Earth Day event!
April 23-May 20 (Thursdays to Sundays)
Plug’n Drive is currently hosting the Mobile EV Education Trailer (MEET) from Thursday to Sunday right here in Burlington ( behind Central Area), through to May 20th, 2022. Come say hello to BG team members on some days too, and discover opportunities to Make the Switch locally!
Green Up is BACK. Thank you to everyone who came together at Millcroft park on Saturday, April 30th to plant 500 trees! Together we helped to grow Burlington’s tree canopy. Together we make a difference!
The End of Single Use Plastic: together with the Burlington Sustainable Development Committee and the Burlington Public Library, we are pleased to present this informative webinar about the future of the reusable economy and you’ll hear from industry and policy leaders about how policy and politics are putting the responsibility of waste back on the producers.
The Wonderful of Warblers! Together with the Bird Friendly Hamilton Burlington, we were thrilled to welcome Bob Bell to share his passion and knowledge for Warblers to a large, engaged audience on May 11th. Listen, learn and take action to protect our feathered friends by clicking on the button below.
We teamed up with the Burlington Centre and the Burlington Repair Cafe to host a Zero Waste Event to help the community repurpose household items and eliminate clutter from their homes and offices while helping the environment. Thank you to everyone who came out. LOTS of waste was collected!
The Revolution Generation paints a powerful and hopeful picture of how today’s youth can solve global political and environmental crises.
A link to view the film in the comfort of your own home, whenever you choose will be provided to registrants to watch it up to May 25th
Sign up to participate in a morning of ‘digging in’ and getting dirty as we come together with Friends of General Brock Park and Field & Stream Rescue Team at the Gary Allan Learning Centre location to continue the ongoing forest improvement project activities. Learn about the invasive Garlic Mustard plant and help us remove LOTS of it and some other invasive species and we may do some planting adding some pollinator loving plants to the forest floor too!
Check out our rewarding line up of sponsorship opportunities and be a part of collective local impact for a cleaner, greener Burlington.