Events will be posted here and on our Facebook page.

If you want to find out more about what's happening in eastern Ontario, Climate Legacy has compiled a list of climate action groups in our region, along with a corresponding schedule of events.

Monthly Potluck Meetings

Join us on Wednesday, October 4 in the Pollinator Garden for our first meeting of the fall. The potluck starts at 5:30, or if you prefer, just stop by for the meeting at about 6:00. There is no seating provided, so please bring a blanket or chairs. This is a zero waste event.
Everyone is welcome. Hope to see you there!
Sustainable Merrickville-Wolford meetings are generally held on the second Wednesday of each month, but this schedule can vary from time to time. For meeting reminders and the latest news on our activities, subscribe to our email list, check us out on Facebook, or contact us at

 The next meeting will be on Wednesday, October 4 in the Pollinator Garden plot in the Community Garden next to Merrickville Public School. The potluck begins at 5:30, followed by the meeting at 6:00.
In case of rain, it will be moved to the Merrickville Legion at 229 Main Street West.

Webinar Event - Climate Close to Home: How Municipalities Can Lead the Way

Climate Legacy and The Group of 78 are hosting a new webinar covering the pivotal role municipalities must play in the climate conversation.
Three municipal leaders and expert consultants will discuss the key steps cities must take to adapt to climate change, as well as how municipalities can fund this work, and what the role of citizens will be in making this happen.
Register for the webinar through Zeffy.

 The webinar will be held on September 22 at 1:30 pm EDT.

Webinar Event - Little Forests: A Movement to Support Ecosystems and Enchant Communities Across Canada

Bee City Canada is hosting a webinar that will shine a spotlight on the national movement to create Little Forests.
Little Forests are native tree and shrub communities planted tightly together based on the Miyawaki method. These forests provide critical green space in urban and suburban environments, reduce air pollution and urban heat island effects, and increase biodiversity.
Register through the webinar invitation.

 The webinar will be held on September 28 at 12:30 pm.