This changemaker is helping her community develop a stronger appreciation for our place in a shared ecosystem.
Give a gift that gives back to the land. This local store is partnering with the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority to plant 10,000 trees.
Never too young to make a difference – these students are taking action to protect a local ecosystem and wildlife habitat.
Local grocery store in Cobourg is proving fresh food in the downtown area (addressing a food desert) in a zero waste environment.
Three times per year community members gather in Port Hope to keep things out of the landfill at Repair Cafe.
Town of Cobourg partners with plant native species of trees and shrubs at the west beach spit.
A new wheelchair accessible garden in the east end of Cobourg now providing free produce to members of the community.
From the fairgrounds to safe nesting habitats along natural stream banks to help trutle hatchliings survive.
Local kids get a chance to get their hands dirty and deepen their appreciation of how food grows.
The right to a healthy environment has been recognized by all 7 Northumberland Municipalities thanks to the advocacy efforts of Blue Dot Northumberland.
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