Forests Ontario

Education Conferences

    • Ontario Envirothon Webinar - Biomimicy

      January 22

      Join us as on Jan. 22nd at 10:30 am as Dr. Jamie Miller explores biomimicry and the way that nature is transforming the way we think, behave and create. Think for…Find out more

      Location
      Online
      Link
      bit.ly
      Email
      envirothon@forestsontario.ca
    • Ontario Envirothon Webinar - Agroecology

      February 21

      Agroecological practices are characterized by on-farm biodiversity and recycling local natural materials to promote the conservation and improvement of soil and water resources. Join in on Feb. 21st at 1:00…Find out more

      Location
      Online
      Link
      bit.ly
      Email
      envirothon@forestsontario.ca
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Ontario Envirothon Webinar – Biomimicy

Ontario Envirothon Webinar – Biomimicy

January 22nd, 2019

Join us as on Jan. 22nd at 10:30 am as Dr. Jamie Miller explores biomimicry and the way that nature is transforming the way we think, behave and create. Think for example, of walls that can breathe like skin, buildings that can self-heal, and communities that generate zero waste like a forest. Excellent preparation for the 2019 Ontario Envirothon season.

Pre-registration is required, click here to sign up.

Location
Online
Link
bit.ly
Email
envirothon@forestsontario.ca
Ontario Envirothon Webinar – Agroecology

Ontario Envirothon Webinar – Agroecology

February 21st, 2019

Agroecological practices are characterized by on-farm biodiversity and recycling local natural materials to promote the conservation and improvement of soil and water resources. Join in on Feb. 21st at 1:00 pm as we explore how this socially and environmentally sustainable approach can feed our global community. An excellent opportunity to learn more about the 2019 Current Issue topic for Ontario Envirothon as well!

Pre-registration is required, click here to save your spot.

Location
Online
Link
bit.ly
Email
envirothon@forestsontario.ca