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    Montreal
    2021
    A group of parents and teachers created the garden as a place of refuge and learning for the children.
    Montréal
    2021
    Ruelle de l’Ukraine (12e-St-Michel-Beaubien-De l’Ukraine)
    Montreal
    2021
    La ruelle de la 30e, 31e avenue, Bellechasse et Rosemont a vue le jour en pleine pandémie et a fortement contribué à tisser des liens entre les voisins et voisines. Un terrain de jeux pour les enfants et un lieu de rassemblement pour les adultes, nous avons l’ambition d’une ruelle la plus verte possible : Plantes à floraisons exceptionnelles par-ci, arbustes fruitiers par-là ; nous allons en...
    Longueuil
    2021
    (2020) It is hard to remember how it all started, changing our lawn grass to native perennials and wild flowers. Perhaps it was the increasing awareness of the climate and ecological crisis in our everyday life. Thanks to all the research and writing that scientists and advocates have done in the last few decades, there has been a great deal of information and support available throughout this...
    Montréal
    2021
    Créer un espace agréable où vivre. Un petit jardin botanique autant pour nous que pour le voisinage.
    Montréal
    2014
    Les espaces verts ne sont pas assez nombreux en ville. Il faut profiter de chaque petit recoin pour mettre de la verdure. Ça combat les îlots de chaleur, attire les oiseaux et les papillons, contribue à la santé des insectes pollinisateurs. Et ça constitue un petit îlot de paix et de beauté à portée de main!
    Lachute
    2021
    I have loved gardening since around the age of 12 when I helped my mom to plant some flowers at our new house. I took over the next year! Monarchs were a regular part of my summers as a child. By the time I was learning about their unique lifecycle and link with milkweed, their numbers had already dwindled. When milkweed started showing up in my backyard I nurtured and saved it. One day a...
    Montreal
    2021
    I want to support the connection of life to thrive by providing food for the bees and pollinators and growing food for my family.
    Montreal
    2021
    I've been doing wildlife gardening for years because urban wildlife and native plants are important to me, and with all the development in the Griffintown area, they've lost massive ground, where former biodiverse "wasteland" has been replaced by buildings and pedestrian parks with paltry, over-used turf grass. I'm trying to make my pocket of green a visual and temperature respite for passersby,...
    Hudson
    2021
    The Mt Pleasant Elementary School Garden is a joyful, calm community space. It was created by the school community to encourage outdoor education, connection to nature and to share gardening skills for food security and community resilience. The garden was designed through collaboration between teachers and parent volunteers to be a place of active learning for all children, K - Grade 6. The...