Our Community Gardens and Gleaning Programs teach people skills to grow, cook and preserve food, and provide opportunities for health and healing through gardening.
Sewage and organic waste can be turned into alternative fuels to run vehicles or heat buildings, instead of dumped freely into the environment where they cause pollution. We can tackle our climate change goals while reducing pollution.
An estimated 60,000 lbs of fresh fruit from local fruit trees goes to waste every year in Vancouver’s backyards. The Vancouver Fruit Tree Project (VTFP) is a community-based, non-profit, registered charity that works to strengthen food security, build community and enhance urban ecology by coordinating volunteers and resources to harvest local fruit.read all
Greenways Land Trust is a non-profit conservation organization campaigning to Broom Bash exotic plant species in Campbell River and offset carbon emissions by replanting these areas with native trees.
The question that people ask with the issue of climate change is how can I help? Broom Bashes are a simple and fun solution to help engage the public in maintaining their local greenspaces while offsetting their carbon emissions.