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Gardening for the Future

Learn about all the ways that gardening can result in positive environmental change. Lorraine Johnson, author of 100 Easy-to-Grow Native Plants for Canadian Gardens will talk about native plant gardens and how they: – sequester carbon, conserve water and other resources – create habitats for pollinators, birds […]

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Todmorden Mills Wildflower Preserve Clean Up

Come to the clean up at the Wildflower Preserve! 10 a.m. Sunday, April 23, 2017 Gloves, garbage bags, snacks provided Please wear long pants and sleeves and sturdy boots Protect habitat for wildlife, meet neighbours and stewardship team members, and see emerging spring wildflowers. PLEASE RSVP TO PAULA […]

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Guide to Growing Food in Toronto

City staff have put together this guide to growing food in Toronto.

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Exploring Toronto’s Gardens & Flower Shows

You can find some of Toronto’s spectacular gardens on this website and here is one for spring flower shows.

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Compost Days

Councillor Fragedakis has expanded the Ward 29 Compost Days program to include: May 6th – East York Community Centre Parking Lot – 9 am start & Nesbitt Park 10 am start May 13th – Wilkinson PS  – 10 am start May 20th – R.H. McGregor PS 9 am start […]

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East York Harvest Celebration

Hosted by East York Neighbourhood Initiatives Celebrate the abundance of summer and welcome in Autumn by joining us at the East York Community Centre and Children’s garden for our 3rd annual Harvest Celebration! When: Sunday September 18, 3-6pm Where: East York Community Centre and Children’s Garden (1081 […]

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East York Children’s Garden Launch

When: Friday May 27th, 2015 4:00-6:30pm What: Garden Launch – meet community members, plant seeds and seedlings, seed ball-making Where: East York Children’s Garden @ East York Community Centre – 1081 ½ Pape Ave. (north of Cosburn Ave.) Click here to see the poster!

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Bees & Butterflies

To learn more about bees, residents can pick up a free copy of Bees of Toronto, part of the City’s bio-diversity series, at any Toronto Public Library branch. You can find an online guide to the butterflies of Toronto on the City’s website. To read more about native […]

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Native Plant Gardening

Gardening with native plants can be both water efficient and pollinator (bees, butterflies & more) friendly. You can find more information about this on the City website.    

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