Some see it as one of the most radical actions one can take, from an economic, environmental and societal point of view. More and more businesses, organizations and individuals are trying the adventure. With the public consultations on urban agriculture taking place in June, Ça s’cultivate à Montréal, a program broadcast every Tuesday morning at 9 a.m., […]
The Stop ‘s next webinar will be on Tuesday June 14th from 12-1pm EST, focusing on The Stop’s Community Garden Programs. Instead of focusing on starting a garden program, this webinar is aimed at individuals and organizations that have a good sense of gardening, and want to go deeper into creating inspiring community garden programs.
Marie-Ève ChaumeConsultant in viable strategic development and candidate for a master’s degree in environmental sciences at the institute of environmental sciences at UQÀM Paris is the most densely populated European metropolis. Its population, combined with that of its arrondissements, reaches 11 million inhabitants, while its intramural area has a density estimated at more than twenty thousand […]
Collective gardening for healthy towns and villagesProgram of the day 8am Breakfast 9 am Home – Word of welcome from the president of the RJCQ – Special guest 9:30 a.m. Opening Panel:Why Community Gardens in the 21st Century?Éric Duchemin, Institute of Environmental Sciences & Jean-Marie Chapeau, Centraide 10:15 a.m. Pause 10:30 a.m. Round table and […]
Community gardening for healthy towns and villages. For more than ten years now, many community gardening initiatives have emerged in Quebec. Rooted in local communities and issues, a variety of expertise has emerged, ranging from horticultural therapy to eco-food, including socio-professional integration, the fight against food insecurity and environmental education. not to mention the greening of […]