Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Next Local Food Box is Nov 18th

Next WE Local Food Box is this Saturday Nov 18th.

Reserve yours at

http://bordercityurbanfarms.ca/


Sunday, November 20, 2016

10 Question Survey


10 Question Survey


I need about 30 more people to fill out this 


Thanks!

Saturday, October 29, 2016

Ten Quick Questions


Please fill out my Survey-
especially if you are a community gardener
...but everyone is welcome.
I am testing out my new questionnaire for the future.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HRKDLGM

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Save The Date! Feb 4!



Please join us on February 4th, for a free seminar highlighting 
the social and environmental implications of hospital construction. 


A provocative lunchtime presentation by former Toronto Mayor, 
author and urban activist John Sewell will 
explore the problems generated by hospital construction 
that results in unfettered urban sprawl. 



In partnership with the Council of Canadians, 
we are excited to be screening the acclaimed 2015 film, 
This Changes Everything. 



Our program will also include an interactive panel discussion 
as we unpack the political economics of a plan to 
move our regional hospital healthcare to Windsor's periphery.



This event will be free of charge, and it is open to all.



http://www.wegarden.ca/


FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE



FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE 

Monday, December 14, 2015

Save Ojibway! Write Your Officials! Action Speaks Louder Than Words!


Open Letter To Mayor Dilkens & Jenny Coco re: Ojibway Nature Center
TO: Mayor Drew Dilkens (mayoro@citywindsor.ca), Coun. Chris Holt (cholt@city.windsor.on.ca, Ward 4)
TO: Jenny Coco (jcoco@cocogroup.com)
Dear Mayor Dilkens & Coun. Holt (Ward 4), Jenny Coco (Coco Development)
I am requesting that you intervene and assist Coco Development in finding an alternative site for their Big Box development. I believe that this site has a high potential to interfere with the biosphere around Ojibway Nature Center. Surely there must be brownfield/previously developed sites near by that could be utilized.
I understand that the OMB hearings have already ruled to allow it to go ahead but I believe that you have the ability to step in and negotiate for future generations of Windsorites and Essex residents. We don't need a Big Box near Ojibway. It is not necessary.
Perhaps Coco Group would be willing to redevelop a site that is further from Ojibway. Let's start a conversation about this. There are many knowledgeable Windsorites that would love to help in a democratic and participatory process to protect our remaining greenspace. Many of us just want to help the Company find a suitable location further from the endangered species. We are not hostile, we just want to protect our environment.
Let's get together and explore options!
Respectfully,
Steve Green