Our fall Urban Sustainability Skills course finished up this past week, and it was a great session! The course is an interesting mix of discussions, presentations, and hands-on activities. During the 8 weeks, we made our own applesauce, canned pickles, grew sprouts, started seedlings, and made our own cleaning products.
If you missed out this semester, don't worry - classes will start again on January 26th! The 8 week Urban Sustainability Skills course will run for 2 hours each Monday at Sustainable Concordia (2nd floor of 2090 Mackay, Montreal). Registration will run until January 19th. See the workshops page for more details.
Did you miss our Green Drinks event on how businesses can really be sustainable? Check out the coverage in the McGill Daily:
On October 21, the Post-Graduate Students’ Society (PGSS) environment committee held a talk titled “Green Capitalism: Can businesses really be sustainable?” as part of a monthly event series put on in collaboration with Green Drinks Montreal, an organization that hosts environmental discussions.
Continue reading: "PGSS event looks at relationship between capitalism and sustainability" in the McGill Daily
TinyHomestead offers workshops and consultations about sustainable living in Montreal.