Welcome to our collection of local news and stories! Our aim is to inform and inspire with the great work going on in this area.
An amazing new community-driven initiative has popped up in Meaford in the form of a beautifully painted community garden fridge.
With the rising costs of food (and everything else) these days fresh food is, unfortunately, becoming a luxury instead of a necessity to many. The Community Garden N...
Learn to understand plantation management and making of ornamental garden art
with Regeneration Mentor Tom Ashman, Rural Rootz
Regenerate Grey Bruce is offering its first outdoor workshop that will focus on aspects of the life-cycle of eastern white cedars that are native across vast tracts o...
Submitted by Nikki May Member, Grey Bruce Climate Action Network
Think of a tree.
You are sitting under the tree on a warm summer afternoon. You hear the
hum of insects and the twittering of birds. Most people think trees are
beautiful. But have you ever stopped to think what a tree does for y...
LAST UPDATE: Thurs May 26 12pm
The Climate Action Team Owen Sound (CATOS), member of the Grey Bruce Climate Action Network (GBCAN) and The Sustainability Project will host an All Candidates Meeting on Climate Change and the Future of our Region.
NOTE: This event was held May 26th at 7:00 – 9:...
Pollinators provide an indispensable service.
They pollinate 90% of the world's flowering plants and more than
two-thirds of the world's crop species. Without them, fruit trees, berry
bushes, flowering vegetables, and crops like canola and alfalfa would
disappear. Canada has over 800 native spe...
“Regenerate Grey Bruce” Group is Working Towards A New Landscape & Development Narrative
Georgian Bluffs, March 1, 2022
Greenbelt Foundation has awarded The Sustainability Project with a grant to pursue a new landscape & development narrative for Grey-Bruce.
This project will engage a network...
On Friday, August 13, families of Grey County’s Alpha Street housing units celebrated the grand opening of their newly created community garden.
The Grey Bruce Sustainability Network is excited to announce a name change to The Sustainability Project. The Sustainability Project represents a newer vision and a new look for the organization that grows ideas through projects across the Traditional Territory of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation.
Here is a copy of the slideshow prepared by Hanna Meili.
- How can we help clear the way?
- How can we support your activism?
- How do youth stay motivated?
We heard from several young climate leaders on July 15th about the
issues that concern them most, their experiences with activi...