Teaching and Learning with Monarch Butterflies, Toronto, Ontario
July 31 & August 1, 2014
Evergreen Brick Works
About this Workshop
Nestled in the Don Valley, Evergreen Brick Works is a community environmental center featuring innovative programs that are inclusive and accessible to anyone wanting to explore how to live, work and play more sustainability.
Evergreen Brick Works is a showcase for adaptive reuse and green building design, featuring one new structure-The Centre for Green Cities-a five-storey LEED platinum (Leadership in Energy and Environmental design) office building. Aspiring to the very highest standard within the LEED certification scale, this building is an international destination for those interested in sustainable built environments. Evergreen, along with community partners, are housed together in this hub of social and environmental innovation.
Evergreen Brick Works is adjacent to the Lower Don River. Mud Creek, a tributary of the Don, runs through the site and four ponds filter stormwater and provide habitat in Weston Family Quarry Garden.
2-day Workshop fee including materials to raise monarchs in your home/classroom, resources and snacks:
$120 + HST
Evergreen Brick Works550 Bayview Ave., Toronto, ON, M4W 3X8, Canada
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Note: Accommodations are not included as part of the workshop offerings, but we do recognize that because our workshop spans two days, some individuals may wish to know about local lodgings. We are unable to recommend any particular accommodations but please search "accommodations Toronto" to find suitable accommodations.
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