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From The Loft at Harden & Huyse Newsletter, Nov. 3/16: A collaborative community film project Meeting Place Organic Film – Documentary – Filmmakers will attend and participate in Q&A A film about how one couple built a sustainable, organic and ecologically … Continue reading
On February 24, 2016, Sustainable Cobourg hosted an information night regarding the proposed expansion of the Greenbelt into Northumberland County. Featured speakers included Mark Stabb of the Nature Conservancy of Canada, Albert Botha of Shropshire Farms, and Joyce Chau of … Continue reading
A radio interview featuring Jayne Finn, Vice President of Sustainable Cobourg, speaking with host Jim Glover about the upcoming event, “Grow The Greenbelt – Northumberland”, which will help residents visualize the future of Northumberland County.
Here in Ontario, particularly around the Great Lakes, we are blessed with plenty of clean, fresh water. With an abundance of this life-sustaining liquid, it’s so easy to take it for granted. All the more reason to protect it. If … Continue reading
Sustainable Cobourg invites you to come and join us on Wednesday, February 24, 2016, for an evening that will help you to visualize the future of Northumberland County. The provincial review for the Greenbelt expansion, led by David Crombie, will … Continue reading
Date: Tuesday, February 22, 2011 Time: 6:45pm Living Downstream, a new documentary film that has met with sold-out shows across the continent, standing ovations in major centers from Boston to Toronto, and rave reviews in media outlets such as The … Continue reading