5th Annual Seedy Saturday Returns

Saturday March 16, Benson Centre This is a free, family-friendly event designed to help new and existing gardeners find the seeds, tools, and tricks they need to succeed at home. All are welcome! More details regarding vendors, seed swap, workshops, and activities coming soon. Mark your calendars!

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February 15, 2019 at 12:43 pm Leave a comment

Screening whets Transition Cornwall+ appetites for edible gardens

It was all things urban farming at the Cornwall Public Library on Sunday as Transition Cornwall+’s Winter Films series continued with a screening of Plant This Movie, a 2014 documentary directed by Karney Hatch.

The timing couldn’t be better for Cornwall.

One of the organizers of the event, and member of Transition Cornwall+, Alan D’Aoust, was on hand for a discussion following the screening. D’Aoust was recently successful spearheading an Edible Cities proposal city council supported in January.

Read Screening whets Transition Cornwall+ appetites for edible gardens by Marc Benoit at The Standard-Freeholder,

February 13, 2019 at 6:07 pm Leave a comment

Plant this Movie

Sunday, February 10, 1:30 Cornwall Public Library “Plant This Movie: the growth of urban farming around the world.” Alain D’Aoust from the Edible Cities Project will be on hand for the discussion following the movie. Soup and refreshments provided. Everyone is welcome.

Check out the trailer.

February 8, 2019 at 1:16 pm Leave a comment

Science and Nature on Tap with Dr. Glenn Benoy

Wednesday, February 6th, 2019, 7:00 pm Schnitzel’s Restaurant, 158 Pitt Street Cornwall. (Back room)
Lakes and rivers straddle major sections of the Canada-United States (US) border. The International Joint Commission (IJC) is known to many who live and work along the St. Lawrence River due to operations of the Moses-Saunders Dam. In addition to their role in management of water levels through the control structures in the Great Lakes Basin, they play a central role in the provision of advice and recommendations to the governments of Canada and the United States on water quality.

Dr. Glenn Benoy is the Senior Water Quality and Ecosystem Advisor to the Canadian Section of the IJC and is also a Fellow with the Canadian Rivers Institute (CRI). He advises both the IJC and the CRI on the science and management of shared waters – lakes and rivers and their watersheds – between Canada and the United States. He holds a PhD from the University of Guelph and he was a postdoc at the University of Calgary and the National Hydrology Research Centre in Saskatoon.

Click here to register

February 1, 2019 at 12:37 pm Leave a comment

Aultsville Filmfest

January 25-27, 8 films over 3 days! Welcome to the 13th Annual Aultsville Filmfest. This is an annual event that brings Independent Film to Cornwall, and raises money to support operations and refurbishment at Aultsville Theatre. Enjoy the comfort and acoustics that Aultsville Theatre provides, with the gracious lobby and reception space for socializing. Please plan to join us! Full Schedule.

January 18, 2019 at 1:19 pm Leave a comment

Kingston Climate Change Symposium

January 17th, 2019 Grand Theatre, Regina Rosen Auditorium, 218 Princess Street, Kingston Sustainable Kingston is hosting the Kingston Climate Change Symposium at The Grand Theatre. This full-day symposium aims to bring together climate champions and inspire action while we showcase the latest developments on community-based climate initiatives. The 2019 event features speakers such as Dianne Saxe, Ontario’s Environmental Commissioner, Lauren Saville of the Jane Goodall Institute, The Weather Network’s Chris St. Claire, and many other local industry experts. The overall goal of the Kingston Climate Change Symposium is to strengthen existing networks between community practitioners, policymakers and community members working on all levels of community based-climate change and to enhance our resiliency toward our changing climate. More info click here.

January 11, 2019 at 4:28 pm Leave a comment

WE ARE: Young and Rising

February 14-18, 2019 in Ottawa, on the land of the Algonquin, Haudenosaunee, Huron-Wendat, and Anishinabek, PowerShift: Young and Rising will convene hundreds of young people from across Turtle Island. This four day youth climate convergence will feature workshops, keynote speakers, performances and panel discussions on how we– as a collective youth movement– can take action to solve the climate crisis. For complete info and registration.

January 4, 2019 at 1:43 pm Leave a comment

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