Involvement in this free community project is open to all businesses in the SD&G area. Please call 613-932-2088 or e-mail email@example.com to confirm your participation. CCRI staff will make themselves available to personally discuss how to move forward with this project. Confirming your participation is requested so that CCRI can promote and celebrate the efforts and successes of participating businesses within our community. If your workplace does not currently have an environmental policy in place this is an ideal opportunity to begin. The information available will help you be kinder to our planet and save $$’s. Who doesn’t like that?
EcoBusiness resources are currently available for download from their website http://www.cornwallcarbonreduction.ca/index.cfm?Title=EcoBusiness These resources cover such information as paper and product choices, lighting, live plant benefits and why and how to eliminate phantom electrical loads to name a few. This information is well worth the read for all individuals as the knowledge gained is actionable in your business or personal environment. For further information about EcoBusiness you may contact EcoBusiness project Coordinator Jen Mattice at 613-932-2088.
Trees with a Story: The Bus Tour
We have some amazing specimens of trees that dot our landscape. Not only do these specimens provide shade, shelter and food; many have stories attached to them by the people who have lived in close proximity to them over the years. Believing these trees and their personal stories are of interest to all of you the Resource Stewardship SD&G Council has organized a “Trees with a Story Bus Tour”. The tour is scheduled for Sunday, September 26, 2010 from 1 – 5 p.m., fee $5.00 per person, refreshments included. The tour will visit interesting trees in South Glengarry County and will feature special Guest Mark Burleton, Manager of Grounds, Green houses and Official Residences of the National Capital Commission.
This is a family friendly event. Pre-registration is a must! Limited Space Available. Contact and registration available at Resource Stewardship SD&G Council, 613-933-7671 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Eco tip of the week.
Your produce purchases often contain chemicals and dirt that is not visible to the eye. Remember to regularly wash out your reusable shopping bags. Consider using a removable washable container in your reusable shopping bag for your meat purchases. This will insure meat juices do not breed bacteria uncontrollably in your shopping bag.
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