EnviroCon is an interdisciplinary conference organized every year by students of the Collaborative Graduate Program in the Centre for Environment and Sustainability at Western University. EnviroCon 2019 will provide a forum for a broad range of topics in the Sciences, Engineering, Social Sciences, Business, Policy, and Management. The conference is FREE to attend and participate in. This event aims to bring together the knowledge and research of undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and community members involved in environment and sustainability.
Rain gardens, also called stormwater gardens, can be beautiful, inexpensive, simple to implement and an environmentally sound solution to urban stormwater runoff. Join Rosemarie to learn and talk about the many benefits of creating a Rain Garden.This program has been prepared in partnership with London-Middlesex Master Gardeners. Date: Monday - March 25 2019 Time: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Location: Central 1st Floor Stevenson & Hunt (A+B)
Over the course of the next month, there will be three Fruit Tree Pruning Workshops delivered across London thanks to various partners and community members. Take advantage of these free, hands-on learning experiences that will help you ensure the survival and improve the health of your fruit trees. All you need is a desire to learn, and your own set of pruners if you have them.
No registration is necessary, but some of the workshops have Facebook events that you can check out (see below).
Here are the details:
Date Time Location Sign Up Saturday, March 16 10:00am Cedar Hollow Orchard
Killarney Road just east of Highbury Road N
Sign up here Saturday, March 16 2:00pm Wood Street Park Food Forest
46 Wood Street
No registration required. Wednesday, March 27 1:30pm London Food Bank
926 Leathorne Street
Sign up here
These workshops are being held by citizen volunteers interested in ensuring healthy fruit is readily accessible, and who recognize that by localizing fruit/food production, we reduce our environmental impacts.
Strathroy 2019 Earth Hour Fundraiser
30Mar2019 – 8pm
GAIA: ‘Mother Earth’ or ‘Ancestral Mother of all Life’
YOGA: the practice of ‘Knowing oneself to be unified with all life’
Earth Hour is global movement to celebrate sustainability. You can join this cause through our Strathroy Fundraising GAIA YOGA journey. This 75 minute Restorative Yoga and Drumming Meditation journey offers you the opportunity to envision a greater relationship with Mother Earth - while supporting our local network of environmentally focused Not-For-Profits. You journey will complete with a crafted earth-inspired snack for grounding and oil-blend for ongoing reflection - generously donated by Tanya Griffin and Cate O’Neill.
$30 per person to Register – Cash Only - Call/Text or Email
Mary Foran - 647-449-9642 – email@example.com
All Proceeds go to the: London Environmental Network
More info on LEN : www.londonenvironment.net/events_calendar
Please share this Email & Flyer with your friends
& Click ‘interested’ or ‘going’ on our FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/380781326048820/
Eco Folk is an annual concert in benefit of the Thames Talbot Land Trust featuring performances of well-known, environmentally conscious, London and area musicians. Thames Talbot Land Trust is a Southwestern Ontario charitable organization that works to conserve land with natural, recreational, scenic, historical, or agricultural value for the benefit of future generations.
Come, learn about the Land Trust and enjoy an afternoon of earth music!
Sunday, March 31st
2pm (Doors at 1pm)
This year features performances by:
- Rant Maggie Rant
- Karen Emeny
- Newland, Zegers & Jones
- Coming Up Roses
- JR Fillion
- Fake Plastic Strings
Join the Movement
Calling All #WildOnes! Join the largest wildest, greenest, most adventurous event series in Ontario's far South as we collectively step forward to green our future! Together with thousands of adventurers, gardeners, nature enthusiasts, families and green people, Go Wild Grow Wild is growing a green future. This collaborative movement serves as a catalyst to celebrate, inspire and spark action to protect our wildlife and create a healthy habitat.
TREA is a local environmental charity (1986). It currently promotes waste diversion and local food along with fossil fuel reduction and active transportation. Last year TREA visited local cultural communities on an environment 101 and started to visit neighbourhoods to discuss waste options. TREA takes an active role in reaching out to community to share information and help personal decision making.
TREA is continuing a series of unconventional free workshops this season.
Our next workshop taking place on Wednesday, April 24, 7-9pm at Grosvenor Lodge, 1017 Western Road. The topic will be focusing on 'Simple ways to reduce your Heating Bill and stay Comfortable'. Expect some non-traditional insights on ways to reduce household energy usage to save you money and help our planet.
Workshops are facilitated by Per Tonnisen, a local London entrepreneur!
Interested individuals can register via our Facebook event page, emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (519) 645-2845 to confirm attendance.