From COP26 to Halton
We are so excited to have had a leader in her field join us to speak to our community about how we can take climate action to the next level
Saving Us draws on interdisciplinary research and personal stories, to give us the tools to open a dialogue with your loved ones about how we all can play a role in pushing forward for change. Listen as Dr. Katharine Hayhoe shares her lessons with our community of Halton.
Go to climatecollective.ca/hccreads to learn more
Join us for Free Webinar all about building Green Homes
About this event
Want to know more about homes that can save you money and save the planet?
Join us onThursday, November 25th from 7-8 pm, to hear from subject matter experts on“Green” homes!
Listen, learn and ask your questions about these new, innovative and energy-efficient homes. The future of homebuilding in Canada is changing! There are so many opportunities to take climate action in new home construction.
We are excited to announce a new partnership with TruEarth!
TruEarth specializes in providing eco-friendly laundry detergent. HEN will earn 20% of the profit from every purchase, which will help support our programs while doing the earth a great deal of good!
Get your eco-friendly products now at the link: fundraising.tru.earth/HaltonEnvironmentalNetwork
Starting June 11th, Halton Environmental Network is excited to get YOU outside and enjoying our incredible green space this Summer with the Pop-Up Clean-Up initiative!
Made possible through the help of Dillon Consulting, we have introduced the Litterati app that will help measure and track litter picked up by Halton residents as they tackle the continuing waste problem in our green spaces and waterways.
Looking for volunteer hours? This a great opportunity for Halton youth to get outside and earn community involvement hours, but they can do so in a manner that abides by all provincial and local COVID-19 protocols, while improving their local environment, too.
Together, we can come together as a community to clean, protect and celebrate the green spaces we enjoy. Photograph, tag, clean and collect to do your part in being a community clean-up HERO!
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Welcome to Earth Week 2021!
Halton Environmental Network invites you to join us for a week full of fun activities, scroll down to see them all including:
- Bingo card with interactive activities you can complete at home with your family!
- Fun and Interactive upcycling workshops, hosted by Georgia Wiggins, with a LIVE workshop all about how YOU can create your own grocery bag
- Virtual Screening of Percy with LIVE Q&A featuring Andrea Rowe who will discuss our local food systems, the importance of seed saving, and interactions with pollinators
Check out Special Earth Day Workshops
This Earth Week, help the environment by reusing old items and re-created new items you can use everyday in your home:
Create your Plant Pot from a Plastic Food Container
Create your own Birdhouse from Milk/Juice Carton
Battle of the Bags hosted LIVE by Georgia Wiggins
Tutorials are posted to our youtube channel, click here to see them and more!
Download your own Bingo Card and access live links like watching HEN Earth Day Activity, download Goose Chase app with Town of Oakville, complete Halton Hills Retrofit Survey or find a recipe to cook that uses leftover food scraps.
See how many you can complete!
On Thursday, November 19th at 8pm Ms. Watt-Cloutier shared her stories from her novel “The Right to Be Cold” with our community of Halton.
Thanks to our incredible partners and sponsors, we had over 850 Zoom participants in our virtual discussion with Sheila Watt-Cloutier.
Thanks to Cogeco Cable's YourTV, many more viewers also joined us via Channel 700! We have received over 2,800 community questions and over 480 students are reading and being inspired to act after participating in Ms. Watt-Cloutier's inspirational story and talk!
Tulip Test Garden
August 2020- November 2020
HEN is supporting a global Citizen Science project by Journey North. In this project, Red Emperor tulips will be used and are hence available locally, along with educational support to get your tulip garden started.
Anyone can participate in this project: homeowners, schools, community groups, and faith-based organizations! Register your garden in the project and become a citizen scientist! Together we'll track changes in seasons and climate around the world.For more information click here.