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Photo – Greenbelt Photo Contest is here!
It’s always a good time to thank a farmer, but from October 5 to October 11 it’s especially fitting. Ontario Agriculture Week is here again! Held annually during the week leading up to Thanksgiving Day, Agriculture Week is a chance to celebrate Ontario farmers and the abundant bounty of fresh and delicious food they produce.

To make sure you get the most out of this year’s Agriculture Week we’ve put together a list of the many ways you can celebrate—from taking a virtual farm tour, to taking the family to an apple orchard, to attending one of the many local food festivals happening across the Greenbelt.
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Photo - Crowd at Greenbelt Harvest Picnic How to take your best Greenbelt photo

Just over two weeks left to enter the Greenbelt Foundation's 10th Anniversary photo contest. Lorenzo Catuzza, the director of our York Region office, and our resident photography expert, gives pointers for taking Greenbelt photos.

Visit the gallery to view the 350 entries already submitted and check our Facebook page on October 16 to vote for the "People’s Choice" winner.

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Photo - drinking wine Take a (Headwater) Hike! The experts agree: getting outside is good for you. This fall get out and enjoy all the Greenbelt has to offer.

Need some inspiration? You’re in luck! We’ve recently added five Headwater Hikes to our Greenbelt Walks series. Designed by the Ontario Headwaters Institute and 19 local partners, these self-guided walks lead you through some of the Greenbelt’s most scenic and important headwater areas.

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Photo - Sign saying my greenbelt is international The legacy of Niagara Escarpment leader Lyn MacMillan, the renowned environmentalist and tenacious fighter for protection of the Niagara Escarpment, recently passed away at 94 years young.

In his latest blog, Greenbelt Foundation CEO, Burkhard Mausberg pays tribute to Lyn and her legacy.





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Photo - Riding the Route Make it an all Greenbelt Thanksgiving! Here’s a fun challenge – try to make this year’s Thanksgiving dinner as local, as fresh, and as Greenbelt as you can!

We’ve made it easy. Our Thanksgiving 101 blog on Greenbeltfresh.ca tells you how to do just that.






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Greenbelt Friends, thank you for sharing your voice in support of the Greenbelt throughout the first round of consultations in the Province’s Coordinated Land Use Planning Review. Your support helps to ensure that the Greenbelt continues to protect Ontario’s wetlands, forests, and farmland. In the coming months, we’ll make sure to keep you updated on the Review and will send along information about the second round of public consultations as soon as we know more!