• Urban Deer: Co-existing with Bambi

    Nature in the City: A six-part series of illustrated talks on nature within the City of London For thousands of years White-tailed Deer numbers have been influenced by human activities on the landscape. Kyle Stanley of the Ministry of Natural Resources describes how deer make a living and presents strategies for minimizing negative impacts on human neighbours and local ecosystems. Tuesday January 13, 7-8:30pm Central Library, Wolf Performance Hall, 251 Dundas St. Families are welcome! (with children 10 and up) Free Admission! 2 hours free validated ...

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  • Seedy Saturday

    Seedy Saturday is March 7, 2015 from 10 am to 3 pm at Carling Heights Optimist Community Centre. The expected attendance is 400 to 500 home gardeners interested in edible and ornamental plants, seeds, and environmentally responsible growing practices. For more information, please click here; http://londonmiddlesexmastergardeners.com/seedy-saturday-save-date-march-7-2015/

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  • Active Hope: How to Face the Mess We’re in Without Going Crazy

    Dec 6 & 7 at The Living Centre This workshop is designed to help us in this time of planetary emergency and the resulting overwhelm and despair that many of us feel. Join us for a weekend of dialogue and experiential exercises based on The Work that Reconnects, the teachings and practices first developed by eco-philosopher Joanna Macy and colleagues in 1978. The goals of this work are to: Provide experiences and methods that awaken ...

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  • Handmade for the Holidays

    London Wardolf School invites you to their first annual holiday shopping event! Saturday November 15, 12pm-8pm Unique crafts & gifts Local artists School store Free admission & door prizes Café & baked goods

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  • Winter Cycling Workshop

    Purple Bikes is pleased to offer its first winter-riding workshop. The workshop will teach you how to modify your bike, dress appropriately, and bike safely on even the harshest of London winter days. Stop waiting for the bus in the cold and having to dig your car out of snowbanks and take in some fresh wintery air! Where: University Community Centre, Room 149, London, Ontario When: Monday, November 24 @ 7:00pm

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  • Permaculture Design Presentations

    Saturday the 29th of November 1pm-5pm The Living Centre invites our community to this free presentation offered by our newly certified 2014 Four-Season Permaculture Design students. Each Permaculture Design team will present a project based on what they have learned over the past year. The projects will include: natural building ideas, water catchment and sustainable resource use, forest garden landscape design, energy and economic systems of the future, and social Permaculture. The ecological designs are to ...

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  • Deadline for Students to Participate in the Recycle My Cell Student Challenge

    November 21 is the deadline for Canadian students from kindergarten to post-secondary to submit their recycled wireless devices and accessories. Students can win $500 for their school to use for green initiatives. As a participation prize, eligible schools will also receive $1 for every phone they collect and recycle through Recycle my cell. Registration is open at www.wrwcanada.com 

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  • Making London Pollinator Friendly

    Pollinators face many challenges in our urban and agricultural-dominated landscapes including habitat loss, loss of food sources, disease and pesticides, with many of these factors acting in concert. Recent studies have shown that several pollinator populations including those of wild and honey bees have drastically declined. The City of London has been very supportive of pollinators but more can be done. What are the issues and what are ...

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  • ReForest London Tree Planting Event

    Saturday, October 18, 1-4 pm, River Road SWM, 2315 River Rd. (SW corner of Veteran's Memorial Parkway and River Road)

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  • EcoStation Volunteers needed at Home County Folk Festival

    Help keep Victoria Park clean and inviting for all visitors of this landmark event by becoming a TREA Volunteer. Help visitors sort waste responsibly and show London cares about environmental sustainability. Minimum 3 hour shifts available, e-mail volunteer@trea.ca to sign up today

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