Tree Care: Fruit and Nut Trees
Jessica Robertson of Wild Craft Permaculture teaches how to care for your fruit and nut trees to maximize yield and keep your tree healthy. Topics covered include pruning techniques, holistic sprays, and general tree care.
Starting Seeds Indoors
Growing your own food is a fantastic way to understand where our food comes from, cut down on waste, save money, and enjoy delicious food. Join EnviroWestern garden executives to learn how to start seeds indoors and take part in the EnviroWestern's garden journey.
Seeds 102 - Winter Edition
Learn the ins and outs of seed stratification, both natural and artificial, with the Westminster Ponds Centres Seed Hub. This webinar is a bonus if you take your collected winter seed from the first session and learn how to sow them in addition to native perennials and trees!
Seeds 101 - Seed Collection Best Practices
Learn the basics of seed collecting, including forecasting, best practices, and collection methods in part 1 of the Seed Series presented by Shannon Dobbs from The Seed Hub at the Westminster Ponds Centre. Plus, discover what seeds are available over the winter to get you and your friends and family outside this season.
SeedCycle Donation Form
Seed donations are widely accepted and encouraged! Donations help increase genetic diversity within our parks and throughout London, all while creating a healthier, more resilient Forest City!
Permissions are always required when collecting seeds anywhere outside of your property.
To donate please, follow the link and submit the online form before brining in your seeds.
MinijimendanAkii Gikinoo’ Aamading Strategies for Land based Learning hosted by Mkomosé
Mkomosé (Dr. Andrew Judge) guides us through a journey of reflection, observance and learning to better understand self and the relationship to taking action for learning and sustainability practices. Sharing Traditional Anishinaabe knowledge, Mkomosé outlines several ways to utilize Indigenous land-based restoration strategies to engage communities and to implement an Anishinaabe method of land restoration.
Food Forest 101 with Rotos without Boarders
Food forests 101 for beginners!
Come learn all about edible ecosystems, exploring projects from London, Ontario, to Ghana, West Africa. You'll discover the countless benefits of creating your own eco-oasis, and be ready to get a jumpstart on planning! Food Forests 101 will be facilitated by George Akomeah and Christy Cook, co-founders of Roots Without Borders, a not-for-profit organization with a mission to create, promote and cultivate environmental initiatives that foster cross-cultural solidarity, respect, and understanding.
Composting 101 with Urban Roots London
Ben Wilcox (Director of Farm Operations) from Urban Roots London, introduces the basics of composting - the natural process of recycling organic matter, such as leaves and food scraps, into a valuable fertilizer that can enhance your soil. Learn about the processes behind composting, tips and tricks to start composting at home, and how Urban Roots’ Community Composting Program works.
Biking to Work
If you want to exercise regularly but can't find the time, if you're frustrated with the costs of driving, or if you want to do your part for the environment, choosing to ride your bike to work is the answer!
In this webinar, London Cycle Link staff Daniel and Taylor provide information to give you the confidence you need to give cycling to work a try. They answer common questions and provide practical advice that they've picked up after decades of riding to work.