The Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation is pleased to sponsor the Green Living Show, April 27 to April 29, 2007 − Toronto’s first consumer show dedicated to all things green. The Green Living Show takes place from April 27 to April 29, in Hall A of the Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place, and will showcase some of the boldest and most innovative solutions to the global environmental crisis. Visitors will learn how to lead a sustainable life from the 250+ earth-friendly exhibitors and expert seminars. Be sure to drop by Booth #1239 to “Discover Ontario’s Greenbelt”. The space is designed as an exciting interactive exhibit for the whole family. There you’ll be able to: • Explore the abundance of food and drink that's grown right in our own “backyard”! • Discover all there is to see and do in the Greenbelt. • Learn how to protect this precious natural environment. The Discover Ontario’s Greenbelt space will feature a selection of groups with loads of information to help you get the most enjoyment out of "Our Living Countryside"... WALK the Greenbelt... with the Oak Ridges Trail Association TASTE the Greenbelt... with the Grape Growers of Ontario & Local Flavour Plus LOOK at the Greenbelt... with the Escarpment Biosphere Conservancy EXPLORE the Greenbelt... with the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority What are you waiting for? Experience all the Greenbelt has to offer... at this year's Green Living Show, April 27 to April 29, 2007, in Hall A of the Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place.
Visit the Greenbelt… at this year’s Green Living Show
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