Environmental Action Incubator Program

The London Environmental Network's Environmental Action Incubator program supports actions that demonstrate a positive impact on the local environment. 

These are our 2023 projects!

 

  • Glen Cairn Community Resource Centre - Food For All Program
  • Growing Chefs! Ontario - Garden Bed Upgrade
  • LOLA Bees - Pollinator Pals! Native Plant Learning Garden
  • Sustainable Growers of London - Community Gardening and Potluck Celebration
  • The PATCH - Net Zero Compost Pick Up and Delivery
  • The Western Fair District - Carolinian Forest Education Series

Click here to learn more about each one!


Previous Environmental Action Incubator Projects

View the 2022 Projects here.

  • Friends of Medway Creek - Water Health Event at Medway Creek
  • Community Minded - Storytelling Campaign & Tree Planting
  • Bird Friendly London - Litter Clean-up and Fishing Line Receptacles
  • Climate Action London - Plant-Based Cooking Classes for Indwell
  • Urban Roots London - Invasive Species Management
  • Friends of Stoney Creek - Get To Know Your Creek Community Event

View the 2021 Projects here.

  • Community Moth-Up - Events & Communications Campaign
  • Xúwii Shoopéekal Enterprises - Alumiikun Waxkaniim (Growing Seeds)
  • Let's Talk Science - Waste Reduction Campaign 
  • Antler River Rally - Cleanups and Creativity Contest
  • Indwell - Bike Share Program 
  • Forij Thrills - Educational Episode on Wild Urban Foraging

View the 2020 Projects here.

  • London Cycle Link - E-Cargo Bike
  • Play Away & German Solar - LED and Solar Panel Installation
  • Climate Action London - Rain and Pollinator Garden at Westminster Ponds Centre
  • Pollinator Pathways Project - Dundas Street Pollinator Pathway
  • Urban Roots London - Community Composting Program
  • London Vegan Food Bank - Vegan Community Meals

Check out our YouTube Playlist to learn more about each of these projects!


Check out our pamphlet for more information or to share. 

City of London Logo   *This initiative is supported through funding from the City of London's Community Grants Program