Have you heard?

With support from Blue Mountain Watershed Trust, Environment Network, Collingwood BIA and staff from the Parks, Recreation and Culture Department of the Town of Collingwood, we put together a successful application for a Bee City Canada designation for the Town of Collingwood!

A Bee City Canada is part of a North American movement to support pollinator protection. This program requires commitment over the next 5 years to improve pollinator habitat in town.

Check out our fundraisers to support our work!

The funds raised by these events will be used to purchase more native plants, build new gardens, and develop educational materials. In 2021, new native gardens will be created at two of the Welcome to Collingwood Signs, a larger garden on Simcoe Street, two raised beds at Sunset Beach Point plus a pollinator canoe by the east beach, and we have loads of other projects in the works! You can find out more information about these gardens on our story map, and you can use our website to discover Ontario’s pollinators and find resources to help you plan your own native garden. Check out below if you want to support our work…

Wood Garden Signs – $20

Created in partnership with CCI, these signs are a great way to share your sustainable actions with your neighbors!

Native Ontario Wildflowers

eARTh Revival is selling native plants!! Head on over to their website to see what they have in stock right now OR check out the Facebook page for a listing of upcoming plant sales

Completed – Native Tree Sale

1 tree for $10 / 2 for $15 Trees are 30-60 cm – available in early May. All proceeds go to our plant sale and educational events. White Pine / White Cedar / Red Oak / Red Maple / Bitternut Hickory / Shagbark Hickory / Sycamore