The Sustainability Project

We Are The Sustainability Project.

Nurturing Ideas That Transform

At The Sustainability Project, we believe in creating & supporting a culture of sustainability, in the power of change, and in resilience & community.

Here are some of the things we've got going on:

The Sustainability Map list lets you find & connect with organizations addressing climate change.

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Our Events and Workbees keep you up to date with climate-related happenings.

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Scroll down to learn more about how we're involved with opportunities for high school students, accessible local food programs, online and in-person meetups, water management for the Great Lakes Basin, and more.

Come visit us and support this new Community Garden at Ed Taylor Park on Sunday, April 21, 2024 at 2pm Thanks in part to City of Owen Sound, Medavie,…
A demonstration site for "regeneration" has now been nicely established in the back playground of Peninsula Shores District School (PSDS) in Wiarton,…
Two very atypical tree-planting events are fast approaching. Wiarton's Miyawaki "Tiny" Forest official unveiling will take place on Monday, Sept 18th…
the tiny forest Regenerate Grey Bruce has been permitted and funded to install a newly-announced Miyawaki (Tiny) Forest in Wiarton in the backyard of…
Towards a New Landscape Narrative

We envision a landscape where the community that calls this place home work together to steward the landscape for resilience, biodiversity, beauty, on behalf of our children.

Regenerate Grey Bruce expands our landscape narrative of hope – the story we tell ourselves about our role in stewarding our home landscape. By highlighting our leaders of regeneration in our community, and drawing in others who feel attracted to this narrative, we build momentum to change our relationship to our land.

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Career Opportunities for students

CareerWorks is a series of experiential, hands on workshops for high schools students looking ahead.

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Participation in our CareerWORKS programs will expose students to a range of skills, jobs, career opportunities and businesses that make up the supply chains of the various CareerWORKS themes.

Accessible local food programs

Community Gardens & Gleaning Network connects community gardens, local producers, food banks, and end-users to improve and increase local food accessibility.

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The Sustainability Map.

Zoom in on the Sustainability Map to where you work and play, and use the map to find volunteer opportunities with groups who are making a difference.

You can also use this as a chance to speak with your wallet.

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We live, work, and play on the ancestral territories of the Saugeen Ojibway, in what is now called Ontario, Canada.

We wish to formally acknowledge the Territory of the Anishinabek Nation: The People of the Three Fires known as Ojibway, Odawa, and Pottawatomie Nations. And further give thanks to the Chippewas of Saugeen, and the Chippewas of Nawash, known collectively as the Saugeen Ojibway Nation, as the traditional keepers of this land.

We respect you and your connection to nature.

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