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Seedy Saturday news buzz: Clean North’s Ursula Schleen talks to the Sault Star about disappearing bees; Sootoday.com touts worm composting
Check out two local news articles about Seedy Saturday, which features a documentary about our disappearing bees as well as a demo of worm composting! Sault Star article that quotes Clean North member Ursula Schleen talking about our disappearing bees … Continue reading
Feeling dragged down by winter? Well, cheer up! Seedy Saturday, the kick off to the gardening season, is coming up in just a few weeks! This year's event at Sault College on March 1 promises to be just as fantastic … Continue reading
Over the past 20+ years, Clean North's Christmas tree recycling program has helped keep thousands of trees out of the Sault Ste. Marie landfill. But we need volunteers to collect the trees and chip them into mulch. If you have … Continue reading
Clean North and Sault College’s Peace and Conflict Studies Program are sponsoring a free screening of the National Film Board of Canada’s inspirational film Earth Keepers at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 13 in the Multi Media Lab B1170 at … Continue reading
Volunteers like Don McGorman and Steve Butland plant trees to help prevent erosion and green Sault Ste. Marie
Is there any more wonderful thing you can do to help your community than plant a tree? When you plant trees, you plant hope, help clean the air, help stop erosion, help slow climate change—even help lower crime rates! Christian … Continue reading
The City of Sault Ste. Marie encourages residents to take part in Sault Freecycle Day today (Saturday, September 21, 2013). You can participate by simply placing re-usable unwanted items at the end of your driveway with a sign labelled Free–for … Continue reading
Clean North presents 7th Annual Green Side Up on Saturday, August 24, 2013 from 9 a.m. until noon at Lemieux Composting, 764 Black Road, Sault Ste Marie, Ontario. At this event, Clean North will have available: Free Christmas tree mulch … Continue reading
Clean North’s composting worms will be wriggling their way over to the Green Expo on Saturday, July 27 in Desbarats!
If you live in Central Algoma or the Sault, consider a jaunt to the 2013 Green Expo, being held on Saturday, July 27, 2013 from 9 am to 3:30 pm at the Johnson Township Community Centre in Desbarats. Clean North … Continue reading
ALERT! ALERT! ALERT! Deadline for nominations for City Beautification Awards—including Clean North-sponsored Green Glove Award—is Wednesday, July 17!
It’s that time of year again: Time to acknowledge local gardeners and community businesses who beautify our city! Categories are: Front Yard, Backyard (sponsor – Godfrey Realty Group Inc.) Commercial/Institutional “Feature in a Garden Award” (sponsor – Lemieux Composting) Most … Continue reading
Invest in a cleaner, healthier Sault Ste. Marie and help extend the life of our local landfill by donating to Clean North! Your donation will help Clean North continue its important work in reducing, re-using, and recycling, especially diverting waste … Continue reading