Sustainability and the Environment
This month we would like to share some great resources and webinars to help you along your path to eco-friendly living and sustainable practices. The links below offer tips on how to make sustainable changes in your life. Let’s keep our planet clean!
An easy way to reduce your impact on the environment is to shop locally for all of your household needs. To explore a curated offering of local vendors offering sustainable and eco-friendly products and locally farmed food, visit:
dirt …a local food movement in Hamilton – dirt Hamilton
For tips on sustainability in everyday life and to learn about sustainable development, climate change and renewable energy projects around the world visit:
April 22 is Earth Day! “Restore Our Earth” is the theme for 2021.
Want to know how to get involved and spread awareness for Earth Day?
Earth Day- Growing Vegetables from Scraps
April 22nd, 10:00 a.m.
Join Joyce from “Joyce of Cooking” to learn how to waste less in the kitchen! Learn how you can use everyday food scraps to grow beautiful vegetables in your home garden. You will also learn simple tips to grow a successful vegetable garden this summer!
Register for “Growing Vegetables from Scraps”
Earth Day Presentation: Growing Edibles in a Permaculture Garden
April 22nd, 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Concerned about climate change and the impact on food supply? Wondering where and how to start a permaculture garden?
What is permaculture? Learn more
Register for “Growing Edibles in a Permaculture Garden”
COVID-19’s Policy Lessons for Climate Change
April 22nd, 7:00 p.m.
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Robert O’Brien
What do pandemic responses tell us about how humanity is likely to address the greater challenge of climate change? Drawing upon local, national and international experiences with the public health crisis, this talk lays the groundwork for a discussion about the obstacles to successfully avoiding climate catastrophe.
Register and submit your questions to Dr. O’Brien here