DUE TO THE INCOMING WINTER STORM, THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED UNTIL MARCH 12TH. Dear Members, Friends and Supporters, We invite you to join us on a cold February evening for stories of warm summer gardens grown in healthy soil. FOOD is the first in our 2019 ENVIRO-SERIES of talks on the four pillars of the […]
Here is your opportunity to experience the beauty and possibilities of the proposed Yorklands Green Hub 70 acre site. Walk at the Yorklands: guided gentle walks on this lovely space at 2pm-3:30 on the second Sunday of each month at the former Ontario Reformatory. Meet at the bus stop at 785 York Rd. Dogs on leash […]
In October 2018, Steve Dyck from Guelph Solar prepared a net metering proposal for the Superintendent’s house at the OR. This building is part of Parcel 2 of the proposed Yorklands Green Hub site. Steve included this in his most interesting presentation at our Enviro-Series on ENERGY. As he says, “It looks promising to put […]
We acknowledge this land as part of the traditional territory of the First Nations. The Attawandaron (called Neutrals by the Jesuits) lived on this land with its two rivers and forests. The Mississaugas of the New Credit (comprised of Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe) are the stewards of the land. Our immediate neighbours are the Six Nations […]
Greetings from the Board of Directors of Yorklands Green Hub. We are pleased to present to you the latest issue of our newsletter, Green Door #12, and hope that you enjoy reading about our accomplishments to date, and our plans for the future. Your questions and ideas would be most welcomed at www.yorklandsgreenhub.ca/contactus. We thank […]
At a public townhall at Guelph City Hall, Infrastructure Ontario explained which sections of the large property, and the process to take it to market. Page 10 of the slide presentation best explains the offerings and conditions of sale. You can download the full information report by clicking on ‘Download’ at the bottom of the […]
This presentation takes you through a visual tour of the YorkLands and highlights some of the history of this 70-acre property.