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Inspiring Change for a Sustainable Future Symposium

October 22 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Fixed price

Sustainability can improve our health and well-being and create a better future for us all.

Our day long symposium will explore four main themes: the interconnectedness of the web of Life, the intrinsic value of Nature, our role as guardians of the Earth and health benefits of being connected to Nature.
Dr Diana Beresford-Kroeger is a world renowned author, medical biochemist, botanist and climate change visionary is the key-note speaker.
Panelists for Gardening to support the biodiversity of Life and for Health benefits of being connected to Nature are Carolyn King, Creator of the moccasin Project, Isaac Crosby, Teacher of Indigenous Agriculture Techniques at U of Toronto, Sarah Winterton, Carolinian Canada and Sundaura Alford-Purvis, Society of Organic Urban Land Care.
Plus an Art Show featuring creations by The Garden Club of Toronto members.

There will be time to network with Community Allies, panelists and other participants.

For future information about this symposium and how to purchase tickets please visit https://thegardencluboftoronto.ca.http://www.thegardencluboftoronto.ca

Details

Date:
October 22
Time:
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Fixed price
Website:
www.thegardencluboftoronto.ca

Organizer

Marilyn Walsh, Co-Chair
Phone:
416-461-8714
Email:
marilyn_walsh@rogers.com
View Organizer Website

Venue

Toronto Botanical Gardens
777 Lawrence Ave West
Toronto, Ontario M3C 1P2 Canada
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