Our Painted Rain Barrel Online Auction is being held to help education the community about the benefits of using rain barrels to conserve water, and as a unique fundraising effort. Local artists, schools, individuals, businesses and community organizations are invited to creatively paint a rain barrel. We will provide each selected participant with one primed rain barrel, painting tips and finishing guidelines. In exchange, the artist must be willing to donate your time, creativity, paint and a brief written description of the work. Remember you are only limited by your imagination! Artwork does not need to have an environmental theme. … Continue reading Calling all Artists! Applications due February 28
Durham Sustain Ability
Durham Sustain Ability (DSA) is an environmental not-for-profit and social enterprise that supports individuals, organizations and communities on the path to a sustainable future. To learn more, visit the About Us section of our website.
We are sold out for the dinner portion of the evening but there are still lots of presentation only tickets left! To purchase tickets, please click here. Durham Sustain Ability has planned a night out for anyone that eats on Thursday, March 6, 2014. If you are leading the charge on local and organic food or just looking for more information, this event is for you! The evening will start at Bistro ’67, a new teaching-inspired restaurant which revolves around the ‘field to fork’ concept and features the produce and delicious flavours from across the Durham Region. You will then hear from Harry Stoddart,… Continue reading Real Dirt: Dinner is Sold Out. Presentation Only Tickets Still Available.
Sustainability CoLab, a new national non-profit that helps communities engage businesses to set and achieve greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction goals, celebrated its official launch with 225 sustainability leaders from across the province on January 16th. A mix of senior representatives from all sectors were among those gathered to hear Sustainability CoLab make key announcements about its Board, funders and the first communities to receive support. Durham Sustain Ability (Durham Region), EnviroCentre (Ottawa), Niagara Sustainability Initiative (Niagara Region), Sustainable Kingston (Kingston), and Sustainable Waterloo Region (Waterloo Region) were revealed as the first Members and communities selected to join the CoLab Network.… Continue reading Durham Sustain Ability Joins Sustainability CoLab!