Milkweed plants are available at Christie Pitts park on Sunday May 29/2016. For $20, you’ll get three milkweed plants, each in a 4-inch pot. Choose from two varieties of milkweed: swamp (pink/mauve) and butterfly (orange). Common milkweed is sold out. For details, see: David Suzuki Milkweed
Several years ago, Robert Shirkey at Our Horizon made a presentation to GW32 about his project for climate warning labels on gas pumps. Here is a great article by Atlantic Monthly about his recent success in North Vancouver! Wonderful news!
Adam has posted info re the new Bike Repair Facilities at TTC Subway Stations. The bright red repair stands include pumps for inflating flat tires, wrenches & other tools.
Currently available at Bathurst, Davisville, Downsview, Dupont, Finch, Kipling, Keele, Kennedy, Pape & Spadina stations, all other TTC stations should have these stops within one year.
Attend the Raptor talk at Taylor Memorial Library (Tues Sept 22 7-8 p.m.) to find out about the raptor migration that is starting now. The talk identifies types of raptors that you can see at Rosetta McClain Gardens this fall, and talks about best times to see them.
Getting There: Taylor Memorial Library is at Kingston Rd. and Markham Ave. Rosetta McClain Gardens is a beautiful city park at the top of the Bluffs, just a little further east at Kingston Rd. and Glen Everest Rd.
Ever wondered about using rainwater more in your garden? Attend the talk at Taylor Memorial Library (1440 Kingston Rd – Kingston Rd. & Warden Ave.) on Tues Sept 15th to find out how to create a ‘rain garden’!
If you’re like me, you may be wondering if there are any monarch butterflies this year! Here is a monarch butterfly site (Journey North) that explains their migration, and shows results and challenges this year.