Living City Foundation (CAMC)

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Ecological Enhancement Action Plan
Living City Foundation (CAMC)
$72,500  (1 year)
trca.info/camc

The Conservation Authorities Moraine Coalition (CAMC) will identify a suite of more than 100 actions across the Greenbelt to improve watershed health, and develop an action plan that includes timelines, partners, monitoring and fundraising needs.

 

 

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Neptis Foundation

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Neptis Geoweb 2.0
Neptis Foundation
$50,000  (1 year)
neptisgeoweb.org

The Neptis Geoweb is an online platform that allows users to visualize regional land use in the Greater Golden Horseshoe. This grant supports an update to the Geoweb to improve its storytelling functionality, data layers, and user experience.

 

 

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Environment Hamilton

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Engaging Hamiltonians in Phase 2 of the 2015 Review
Environment Hamilton
$12,000  (1 year)
environmenthamilton.org

Environment Hamilton will educate and engage Hamilton residents about the Greenbelt and smart growth to ensure a successful outcome for the Coordinated Land Use Planning Review.

 

 

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David Suzuki Foundation

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Recognizing the True Value of the Greenbelt
David Suzuki Foundation
$35,000  (1 year)
davidsuzuki.org

The project will educate the public about the benefits of the Greenbelt through online and media activities, with a focus on DSF's natural capital research and the Coordinated Land Use Planning Review.

 

 

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Environment Hamilton

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Engaging Hamiltonians in the 2015 Review
Environment Hamilton
$9,200  (1 year)
environmenthamilton.org

Environment Hamilton will educate and engage Hamilton residents about the Greenbelt and smart growth to ensure a successful outcome for the Coordinated Land Use Planning Review.

 

 

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Greening Niagara

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Supporting Niagara’s Local Food Culture
Greening Niagara
$6,100  (1 year)
climateactionniagara.ca

Greening Niagara will hold a series of Greenbelt-themed walks to engage local residents in the Coordinated Land Use Planning Review and build support for local food and farmland preservation.

 

 

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EcoSpark

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Moraine Partnership 2015
EcoSpark
$15,000  (1 year)
ecospark.ca

EcoSpark and their partners in the Oak Ridges Moraine Partnership (Earthroots, Ontario Nature, Save The Oak Ridges Moraine) will continue their work to protect and grow the Greenbelt through the Coordinated Land Use Planning Review.

 

 

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Alternatives Journal

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Covering the Greenbelt 2015
Alternatives Journal
$5,000  (1 year)
alternativesjournal.ca

Alternatives Journal will cover Greenbelt issues during the Coordinated Land Use Planning Review.

 

 

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Georgina Harvest Dinner

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Georgina Harvest Dinner
$2,000 (1 year)
ontarioculinary.com

The Georgina Harvest Dinner brings the community together to celebrate abundance in the Greenbelt by sharing locally grown meals. Guests will discover what regional farmers are growing in our own backyard, while supporting local farmers and businesses. Our funding goes towards sourcing and purchasing food from Greenbelt farmers. 

 

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Toronto Environmental Alliance

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Toronto Environmental Alliance
$65,000  (1 year)
torontoenvironment.org

The project continues Toronto Environmental Alliance’s (TEA) work to include Toronto’s urban river valleys in the Greenbelt. TEA will use the opportunities created by the City of Toronto’s Ravine Strategy, and the 2015 Review of the Greenbelt Plan, to build support for protecting and enhancing the urban river valleys along their full length. TEA will engage its membership in the second round of public consultations for the 2015 Review and continue playing a leadership role in the Ontario Greenbelt Alliance

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