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Food waste survey
Western, in conjunction with the City of London, developed a London household food waste survey to help them understand the amount and reasons why food is wasted and what leads to these behaviours. The focus is on food that could have been eaten (e.g. whole fruit, bread, leftovers etc.) rather than the parts of food that cannot be eaten. Ultimately survey results will help them better understand how much and why food is wasted ...
June 3 – 100in1 Day Festival
Got an idea for TREA and can you help us with it! Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org how we can join the Urban League’s all-day festival to promote London to Londoners with 100+ fun, innovative pop-up ideas all over the city. For ideas, watch this video:
May 11 – TREA’s AGM
7pm, 1017 Western Road. Come out; learn about our plans to help the environment in 2017. Join TREA.
May 6 – Compost Day
Volunteers needed for TREA’s annual participation with London Composts’ sale of compost, 8 am to noon – a fundraiser for TREA and other community organizations that offer householders compost for their gardens. Sign up at email@example.com. Bring a shovel or stop by and purchase some compost.
April 22 – Earth Day
Volunteers needed for TREA’s annual cleanup at Mitches Park as part of London Clean & Green, a city-wide community cleanup day. The City provides us with bags & gloves. Sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a great way for students to earn community hours or for you to help out in a neighbourhood.
July 14-16 – Home County Music and Art Festival
Join us as a volunteer to staff EcoStations in Victoria Park for Home County, one of Ontario’s Top 100 Festivals in Ontario, now in its 45th year. Help educate those that attend on proper sorting of waste materials to support the festival toward a zero waste target. Sign up at email@example.com to help.
Volunteer with TREA: Home County Music and Art Festival
Multiple shift are available to staff EcoStations in Victoria Park for this one of a kind event. Help educate attendees on proper sorting of waste items to ensure this event remains the most environmentally friendly one in London. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register
I saw Stephen King’s “The Dead Zone” for the very first time a few months ago. Interesting to see Christopher Walken, Tom Skerritt, and Canadian Nicholas Campbell as young actors. But the movie was not very scary. Probably partly because there have been much scarier films since then, with much more graphic violence. Moreover, the film is not as scary as the real “dead zones”. In 1974, The Gulf of Mexico near the mouth of the ...
TREA Bicycle Festival 2014
TREA presents Bicycle Festival 2014 in London Ontario on June 22nd, 2014. This Festival attracts bicycle enthusiasts from beginner to the seasoned level to celebrate cycling in London and area. With a focus on active transportation in both driver and cyclist education, TREA Bicycle Festival offers something for everyone wanting to engage more in safe and accessible cycling activities.
Neonicotinoid Pesticides – Why Can’t We Just STOP?
Topic: Neonicotinoid Pesticides - Why Can't we Just STOP? Presenter: Maureen Temme Date: February 13, 2014 Time: 7:00 - 8:30 pm Location: Grosvenor Lodge, 1017 Western Road For more information call: 519-685-2845 Maureen Temme, is a passionate and active member of the environmental community in London. She was named to the Mayor's New Years Honours list in 2012, for her work on environmental sustainability, food security and community gardens and has a wealth of knowledge to share on so many ...