In the Zone Corporate Workshop | Carolinian Canada
In the Zone Workshop for businesses, property managers & landscape designers

Hosted by: TBA
Where: TBA
Who should attend: Businesses, employees, property managers, developers and landscape designers
When: TBA
Employee Engagement: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Property Management: 12:00pm - 4:00pm

Maximize your natural potential

Join us to explore new ways your business can:

  • Empower your employees and local community to grow native plants at work and home
  • Get connected to experts and corporate Landowner Leaders growing healthy habitat
  • Become one of the first workplaces to launch Canada’s Biggest Wildlife Garden

Employee Engagement & CSR Managers
9:00AM- 1:00pm

Property Management & Landscapers

Explore ready-made programs and toolkits to deliver sustainability initiatives that suit your budget and objectives. Get resources to help your employees do more for nature in their communities.

Hear from experts about the cost savings, low impact design and community benefits of restoring corporate lands for nature . Gain resources and tools to raise your sustainability profile.

Attract and retain new talent. Boost employees’ physical and mental health.

Reduce maintenance costs.
Save water, energy and soil.

Build stronger teams and leadership.

Demonstrate sustainability as well as profitability.

Easily manage an ongoing engagement program that provides new interest every season. Grow at your own pace.

Reduce use of chemical fertilizers and herbicides.

Become a local leader for healthy landscapes and Corporate Social Responsibility.

Create healthy neighbourhoods and havens for nature.

Track your team’s collective impact in the community with quick-start mobile tools.

Plan and track your team’s positive impact on site with quick-start mobile tools.

In The Zone Corporate Workshop


Koral Wysocki
Program Manager
Carolinian Canada

Koral Wysocki is a strategic leader passionate about addressing diverse challenges through an environmental lens. As Program Manager, she supports teams at Carolinian Canada and World Wildlife Fund to accelerate a cultural shift toward values of connectedness to nature, responsible stewardship and energized community. Koral completed her Masters of Science in Conservation and Community Development, specialising in the systematic evaluation of conservation programs with integrated social justice goals.

Beatrice Sharkey
Principal, Sharkey & Associates
Community Development Specialist

Beatrice is a skilled non-profit consultant, with experience in design and development of cap-ital and operational grants, community devel-opment projects, new and existing non-profit boards and committees, small-and large-scale event planning, team building, volunteer engagement, best practices research, innovation processes and stakeholder communications. Beatrice is thrilled to support Carolinian Canada’s In The Zone program to grow Canada’s biggest wildlife garden.

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