Grey to Green Conference
May 8th–10th, 2017
Explore the latest in green infastructure performance, economic valuation, design, policy, and technology from Canada, the US, and worldwide. This interdisciplinary conference is the leading forum for designers, policy makers, manufacturers, growers, landscapers, and other green infrastructure professionals to discuss the benefits and growth of the green infrastructure industry.
Grey to Green also includes a trade show, cutting-edge workshops which include tours of outstanding Toronto projects, and exceptional networking events. This year, be one of the first to learn about the City of Toronto’s new Green Streets Guideline and the Province of Ontario’s new Stormwater Design Guidelines.
- Chestnut Conference Centre, Toronto, Ontario
SawTech Log Expo
June 23rd–25th, 2017
Over 250 displays, including: live demo sites, sawmill & wood processing equipment demonstrations, wood manufacturers from Ontario’s forest will be promoting their products and offering Trade Show Specials on-site. The Show will host a number of activities such as recruitment job fair, tours, demos, conferences, networking functions and competitions. This year’s event promises to be the largest forestry show ever held in Ontario.
- Renfrew, Ontario
OPFA Annual Conference
May 15th–18th, 2017
- Delta Hotel & Conference Centre, Guelph, Ontario
Rouge National Urban Park Flagship BioBlitz
June 24th–25th, 2017
Join Ontario Bioblitz in celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday while engaging in citizen science! Registered for guided blitz sessions will open March 21st, 2017.
- Rouge National Urban Park
Get the Dirt on Soils: Envirothon Webinar
February 27th, 2017
Presented by Paul Hazlett, a Forest Soils Scientist with Natural Resources Canada this webinar will introduce participants to the importance of soil in our daily lives. Gain knowledge about the components of soil and learn how soil compaction is measured through a hands-on demonstration of calculating soil bulk density. Great prep for a regional Envirothon competition!
Participants are required to register in advance to participate. Webinar will start at 3:30 pm.