Five nations along Enbridge's Northern Gateway route are standing up to protect their Great Bear Rainforest home from pipelines and tankers— and they've invited yogis to stand with them. These nations need our help to go to court to defend their traditional lands. They stand as our best chance to stop this destructive project and to slow down climate change.
Resource House, rare ECO Centre /
Events are $65.
A cooking class lead by chef Moe Vidotto from Savour the Season. Learn about the artisan-centred approach to cuisine with a focus on seasonally-available, local, and fresh foods. Create (and then enjoy) a four course meal! This event is limited to 10 people, and registration covers all food costs.
Please note that due to popularity and limited space, registration is not guaranteed until payment is received.
EcoFair at the Barns is a fun, family-oriented event that informs and inspires people to make greener choices in their homes and communities. Last year, there were more than 30 exhibitors and interactive activities. Approximately 800 people came out to learn about green initiatives and achievements in our neighbourhood and in our city, explore new ideas, and share green tips and tricks.
This year, join us on Sunday, November 23rd (noon-4pm) and celebrate progress towards a greener and healthier future!
Over the past three years, Anne and Alan Morgan have covered all of the Bruce Trail and the Grand Valley Trails. In this illustrated presentation, Alan Morgan will take you on a virtual walk through geological time and natural history, using highlights of both these stunning trail systems.
North House /
Events are $8 or $3 with an Events Discount Card.
North House is a solar-powered, green housing prototype that is used as a living lab by researchers and provides a science and technology site for rare's school programs. On this tour, explore many of the emerging technological advances and concepts of modern living showcased at North House and perhaps see The Spirit of Christmas Future! .
Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - 7:00pm to Friday, May 22, 2015 - 12:00pm
Marriott Gateway on the Falls /
$150 - $400
The 2015 Ontario Biodiversity Summit will connect people from across Ontario and around the world to talk about, celebrate and take action to protect biodiversity.
Join hundreds of people and participate in this Summit - the first of its kind in Ontario - to learn more about the state of biodiversity in our province and what is being done to protect it. Hear from engaging and informative speakers, learn about best practices from around the world and share ideas to help focus future conservation efforts.