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Holiday sessions are times to enjoy your days off with family and friends but it is also important to remember to stay friendly to our mother earth by making sustainable choices when traveling, gifting, buying food, and making decorations.
Decoration tips for staying Eco-friendly Depave Paradise has officially wrapped for 2017!
The Ontario government, working with the hydro utilities, has announced a new program to assist customers having difficulty with their hydro bills.
The program, the Affordability Fund, is designed for customers who are above the income thresholds for existing support programs, but still require some assistance.
The Ecoraster was filled with a mixture of premium garden soil and high performance bedding, custom mixed by The Dirt Depot, to provide drainage and soil for seeding.
The permeable pavers have been seeded with clover, sheeps fescue and a mixture of eco lawn seeds.
The Lifestraw company also contributes a portion of proceeds of sales of the Lifestraw to providing clean water to schools in Kenya and India.
If you’d like to see the Lifestraw, please visit Eco House and ask one of our education staff to show the new demo item.
Apparently you can buy a specially-designed water bottle to enclose the straw, although ours didn’t come with that.
As a result we partnered with the Hamilton Tool Library to build 10 planter boxes that are installed along the back of the parking lot.
Built by volunteers and planted with donations from the community including members of the Sunset Cultural Garden, these boxes will serve to add biodiversity and life to the parking lot.
Over the course of the project, including our volunteer planning committee, depave helpers, garden box builders and permeable paver installers, we had approximately 35 committed volunteers connected to the project.
Many thanks to the Great Lakes Guardian Community Fund and City of Hamilton’s City Enrichment Fund for their funding support for this project.