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Photo – Greenbelt Photo Contest is here!
The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation, the Professional Photographers of Canada, and the McMichael Canadian Art Collection are holding a photography contest to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Ontario’s Greenbelt! Submit your photos for a chance to have your entry exhibited at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection and to be taken on tour across the Greenbelt in early 2016. READ MORE...

Photo - Crowd at Greenbelt Harvest Picnic Join us at the Greenbelt Harvest Picnic this Saturday!

The fifth annual Greenbelt Harvest Picnic is this Saturday! Held in the scenic Christie Lake Conservation Area, the festival features renowned musicians, fresh local food, swimming areas, hiking trails, and more.

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Photo - drinking wine Culinary trails for fall adventures The school year’s beginning and the leaves will soon be turning, so it’s the time to get out in the Greenbelt and enjoy the best of the fall harvest. Our list of food and drink trails on will help you curate your own local food adventure.

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Photo - crowd at picnic table Breaking a world-record in Durham Region We did it! Durham Region has broken the Guinness World-Record for the longest picnic table and the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation was thrilled to be a part of it. Check out the latest blog in our “Tales from Durham” series and find out how it was done!

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Photo - Riding the Route The Greenbelt Route launches to fanfare We made cycling history! The 6-day Great Waterfront Trail Adventure: Greenbelt Edition has wrapped up and the Greenbelt Route has officially launched. See our round-up of local media coverage to find out what Greenbelt communities are saying about the new 475-km route.

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More Greenbelt News

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!