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 Meeting

Our next get together will be held on Wednesday, June 12. Nigel and Eleonora Roberts, avid local gardeners and native plant enthusiasts, have kindly invited everyone to join them for a quick garden tour followed by the regular meeting. Because of the change in venue, we will be skipping the potluck this time.
Everyone is welcome. We hope to see you there!
Sustainable Merrickville-Wolford meetings are usually 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

 Wednesday, June 12, in the garden at 112 Charles Holden Avenue, Merrickville
Meeting and tour begins at 6:00

Zoom Meeting: Revising the Food Charter for Leeds, Grenville, Lanark

FoodcoreLGL is hosting a Zoom meeting to discuss how we can work together to create a food system in Leeds, Grenville, and Lanark that nourishes everyone!
The revised Food Charter will paint an aspirational picture of a food system in which people, relationships, economic and ecological systems can all flourish.
To learn more about the Food Charter and the public consulation process or to register for the Zoom call, consult the FoodcoreLGL website.

 Thursday, May 23, 7:00 to 8:30 pm on Zoom, with members of the FoodcoreLGL Steering Committee

Celebrate National Trails Day in Merrickville

To celebrate National Trails Day, the Merrickville District Trails Society is hosting a fun-filled afternoon that includes a narrated Story Trail walk led by librarian Mary Kate Laphen and a presentation by local author and renowned expert Diana Beresford-Kroeger.
For more information, check out the Events Page on the Merrickville and District Trails Society website. Everyone is welcome.

 Saturday, June 1, 1:00 to 4:00 pm, on the Story Trail (Woodland Toboggan Hill Loops) behind Merrickville Public School

Merrickville Seed Library

Located in the Merrickville Public Library, the Seed Library is well stocked with a variety of free vegetable, herb, and flower seeds, as well as native wildflower seeds to attract pollinators. Stop by to check out the selection or consider donating your extra seeds. The seed library is a joint project of the Merrickville Public Library and Sustainable Merrickville-Wolford.

 Located in the Merrickville Public Library; seeds can be picked up or donated during regular library hours