|[GMW Special] How to grow a National Park in your backyard: The Homegrown National Park Project
Sunday 4 August 2013, Editor: EasyHere's a project that Robert would enthusiastically endorse for everywhere on planet earth.
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Every town, city, local place can do this - in their own unique way.
Toronto is a first - crowd-sourcing a green corridor through the heart of the City of Toronto.
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The David Suzuki Foundation is creating a green corridor through the heart of Toronto with the help of 21 Neighbourhood Park Rangers and 14 amazing partner groups. This Homegrown team is bringing nature home to the city by spurring businesses, individuals and institutions to grow more green space this summer.
For more information: http://www.davidsuzuki.org/homegrown
The Homegrown National Park Project aims to crowd-source a green corridor through the heart of the City of Toronto, along the former route of Garrison Creek.
DescriptionIn order to establish the world's first Homegrown National Park, the David Suzuki Foundation has joined forces with more than a dozen partner groups and two dozen volunteer Neighbourhood Park Rangers.
Together with keen local residents, businesses and groups, the project will help to bring more green -- gardens, trees, shrubs, flowers -- to yards, alleys, streets, rooftops, parks and green spaces throughout the corridor.
The project is beginning in Toronto's Ward 19 - roughly running from Dovercourt to Bathurst, and Dupont to the lake.
Do you want to help us bring nature home? Find out more:
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