The Great Pawpaw Parade was bigger than ever this year, celebrating an iconic native species that continues to bring people together across the Carolinian Zone. In 2022, in partnership with several communities and organizations, Carolinian Canada helped distribute 400+ pawpaw trees and native plant garden kits to folks across the zone.
Meet the Speakers: Seeding Relationships to Heal the Land
Meet the Speakers: Bridging the Gap between Indigenous knowledge and understandings, and current colonial approaches in relation to how we live and work on the land means engaging in respectful, informed discussion on perspectives and worldviews.
Strengthening the Mill Pond Habitat Through Native Planting Around Town
Dorchester’s beloved Mill Pond depends on a Carolinian ecosystem that extends beyond property lines.
Tuesday, May 4, 2021
An upcoming virtual native planting Skills Lab on May 4th 7-8:30pm organized by the Mill Pond Committee and I Love Dorchester will provide Thames Centre tailored advice for native gardening: a timely spring activity for families stuck at home.
Carolinian Canada, WWF-Canada, local partners and 4,000+ volunteers are connecting to fast-track climate-smart, healthy landscapes for resilient communities. Register for an event near you to help Grow Canada’s Biggest Wildlife Garden to restore our future by 2030.
When Rebecca and Rick Fish, had looked high and low for a wooded property but hadn’t managed to find one, so they set out to naturalize various areas of their property on the banks of the East Sydenham River over time.