Anne’s book pick about the climate crisis

Title: Just Cool It! The Climate Crisis and What We Can Do. A Post-Paris Agreement Game Plan, by David Suzuki and David Hanington A recommendation by Anne Randell, director and previous chair of GBF Published by: Greystone Books Ltd., David Suzuki InstituteClimate change is one of the most pressing crises in our world today. Although some misinformed skeptics do not believe in the seriousness of it, there are many facts and figures, based on scientific evidence, that prove that it is a significant and serious concern for all of us. Read More

2019 Georgian Bay Cuts for Invasive Phragmites

2019 Georgian Bay Phragbusting Cuts. Join one of these communities (scroll for yours).   Don’t see your community? Email Brooke to create a community cut with your neighbours!Tay: Please register to volunteer and get more details from Brooke.FRIDAY JULY 6th- Dock Lane and Swan Lane, Port McNicoll, 9am WEDNESDAY JULY 24TH AND THURSDAY JULY 25TH- Twin Bridge Marina, Waubaushene, 9am TUESDAY JULY 30th- Old Cottage Lane where it crosses the Tay Trail, Waubaushene, 9am SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AUGUST 3RD AND 4TH- Private Park on Delta Drive, Waubaushene, 9am THURSDAY AUGUST 9TH- Georgian Landing, Victoria Harbour, 9am SATURDAY AUGUST 17th- Sturgeon Bay along Robin’s Point Road, Waubaushene…

info@gbf.org

Help volunteer in The Massasauga Park this 2018 Summer. In order to join the cut(s), please register at this email info@gbf.org. We need to be able to contact you in case there are changes to location or dates due to weather, and to advise you what to bring. Please note which day(s) you would like to attend and your email contact.Sat. July 28, 9 am to 1 pm, Sucker Creek Sun. July 29, 9 am to 1 pm, Swimming Snake Bay Sat. August 11, 9 am to 1 pm, Moon Island and Kinnear Island (Note these are huge islands, so see inside for specific locations).Click link for more info.We thank The Massasauga Park for their participation and support, and these other partners: Friends of the Massasauga Park and cottage associations: Sans Souci, South Channel, and Woods Bay.Funding and assistance for the Georgian Bay Forever project, Phragmites Eradication for the Health of our Water and Wetlands, was provided by the Government of Ontario, Patagonia Environmental Grants Fund of Tides Foundation, Canada Summer Jobs, The Schad Foundation, Tay Township, Township of Georgian Bay, Honey Harbour and Cognashene Cottagers Associations and our many individual donors. We send our sincerest thanks to all for their investment in this initiative.