The City of Oshawa is committed to Environmental Leadership through the Oshawa Strategic Plan - Creating Our Sustainable Tomorrow.
Oshawa is recognized leader in many areas, including brownfield development, naturalization, energy conservation, integrated pest management, municipal beautification and volunteer participation through the Oshawa Environmental Advisory Committee (OEAC), Communities in Bloom, Pitch-in! and other programs.
Are you up for a Challenge?
The 30-Day Carbon Reduction Challenge officially ends on Earth Day (April 22nd), but it's never too late to commit to reducing your energy consumption, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and utility bills. You can make every day, Earth Day, by commiting to "reduce the juice" and take the Challenge today.
Tuesdays at the Table
|Date||Tuesday, May 14th|
The Table Restaurant, 20 Simcoe Street South, Oshawa
Healthy Soil, Healthy Plants, Healthy People
Fertile Soil, Healthy Plants, Strong People
Jay Cuthbertson will give a presentation on how simple changes you can make that save you time, effort and money, while making your food more nutritious. Take care of the soil, and let your plants take care of you.
Anyone with an interest in local food production, gardening, eating and living well.
For more information about the City's environmental programs and other related initiatives, please refer to the links below.
|Contact:||Suzanne Elston, Senior Environmental
|Location:||5th Floor, Rundle Tower, City Hall
50 Centre Street South, Oshawa, Ontario, L1H 3Z7
|Phone:||905-436-3311, ext. 2132|