Tues Jan 9: A New Year's Wish for Positive Change in 2024
Plus: Ginkgo Footprints announces 10th anniversary Garden Festival; 'Saginaw' returns to Owen Sound harbour
How can you be more considerate of the land you occupy and our impact on climate change when planning lawns, gardens, and other beautification projects?
Winter is a good time to plan for the upcoming growing season, writes Shawna Mcivor. She’s a volunteer with NeighbourWoods North and in this letter, shares options for those willing to adapt their landscaping practices to the needs of our warming and more volatile world.
If you’re looking for more inspiration for your gardens, check out the announcement from Emily Bi and Dennis Zhang of Ginkgo Footprints in the news below. Once the snow backs off again, there’s lots to look forward to.
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PS: Don’t forget the River District Public Budget Meeting is happening tomorrow. Downtown property owners pay an additional levy to the River District (formerly the DIA, now a department of the City). This is your opportunity to learn how it’s spent.