Photo – Find Fresh Local Food
Greenbelt Fresh is here! Looking for fresh local food? The updated and improved has officially launched! The site's advanced search function and interactive map is your one-stop shop for finding fresh local food from Ontario's Greenbelt. Search for peaches, apples, farmers' markets, on-farm markets, pick-your-owns, Christmas Tree Farms, wineries, cideries, and more. Start your local food adventure today! READ MORE...

Photo - cyclist at Greenbelt Table Bike to the Greenbelt Harvest Picnic on August 29!

The annual Greenbelt Harvest Picnic is back, and we can hardly wait! This year’s line-up includes Arkells, Bahamas, Iron and Wine, Gordon Lightfoot, and more! And this year, for the first-time-ever, we’re offering a bicycle valet and a safe group cycling ride back to town. Read on to get all the details!

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Photo - picking strawberries Joins us at the first annual Durham Festival! The first annual Durham Festival — a four-day “celebration of culture and creativity in the Durham Region”— begins August 13. One of many partners involved, the Greenbelt Foundation is participating in two amazing events: a full-day cycling celebration and a potentially record-breaking giant picnic. See you there!

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Photo - Craft Discovery Map Downloadable Brewery Discovery Routes If you haven’t seen ‘em yet, make sure to check out the new Brewery Discovery Routes - self-guided tours of craft beer, cider, and culinary experiences in and around Ontario’s protected Greenbelt. Click through for four downloadable PDFs!

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Photo - Mayor Steve Pellegrini installed the sign on Kettleby Road, King. 500th Greenbelt Route sign installed On July 24, King Township became the site of the 500th Greenbelt Route sign. The milestone sign — posted on Kettleby Road, just west of Keele Street — is one of the over 1000 signs that will eventually mark the new Greenbelt Route. From August 16-21, 2015, the Great Waterfront Trail Adventure's Special Greenbelt Edition will help to launch and celebrate the completion of the Route.

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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!