think planet. live local.
thegreenrock.ca ~ habits for your habitat launched in 2008. with the tagline ‘think planet. live local’ thegreenrock.ca talked about ‘habits for your habitat’ – things we can all do to live more sustainably where we live. it was about connecting people to others, to community, to planet, and to themselves.
thegreenrock.ca envisions Newfoundland and Labrador as the community leading the western world in sustainable living.
through information, education, and inspiration, thegreenrock.ca promotes ‘where you are’ choices to help address challenges facing the planet, our communities, and our individual lives. thegreenrock.ca nurtures relationships with like-minded groups, organizations and businesses to increase our collective capacity to attain objectives.
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thegreenrock.ca ~ Live Sustainably NL projects
our big focus now is making Guide to the Good sustainable, but we look forward to more cool projects in the future
business for good
we connected social enterprise theory and practice! in partnership with Memorial’s Faculty of Business Administration and with support from Memorial University’s Office of Public Engagement Accelerator Fund
with Junior Forest Wardens, the Community Healthy Living Fund, the Conservation Corps NL, we ran a series of awesome outdoor adventures: JFW Open Field Day, an East Coast Trail hike, and foraging with Shawn Dawson and Murray’s Meadow.
in its place
a waste diversion project that recycled paper and plastic, composted organics, and showed kids how to do it. In Its Place was supported by Wellness Coalition Avalon East, MacDonald Drive Junior High School and Kids Eat Smart Foundation NL.
seniors and students upcycled single use bags! it happened through Agnes Pratt, Waterford Valley High, the Co-operators Group IMPACT! Youth Sustainability Leadership Fund, Recycle NL and the City of St. John’s Waste Reduction Division.
think planet. live local ~ how do you fit in?
with support from Memorial University’s Office of Public Engagement and the Department of Forestry and Agrifoods, we asked human beings how their actions fit in with their larger planetary system
peas, pumpkins & potatoes
with a grant from Participaction, thegreenrock.ca, Junior Forest Wardens, CD’s Trees and the Conservation Corps Green Team planted and harvested peas,pumpkins and potatoes! (there was capelin!)
our greenest strengths video series
in partnership with the Conservation Corps NL, the original thegreenrock.ca Green Team - Anna, Mike, Kathy, and Devin, shot green stories from the Northeast Avalon and wrapped up with a well-attended video premiere.