Come to a community meeting to develop and discuss citizen-led changes to the Urban Tree Conservation By-law.
This by-law is important because it seeks to conserve larger trees on private property in the urban core. The City of Ottawa is undertaking a review of the bylaw this year. The meeting will provide residents with an opportunity to formulate ideas on how this by-law can better meet its objectives.
When? Saturday, March 3, 2018 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Where? Champlain Park fieldhouse, 140 Cowley Ave.
Mark your calendar, and plan to attend this event on March 3.
The Community Associations for Environmental Sustainability (CAFES) and Waste Watch Ottawa (WWO) met February 10, 2018 to discuss ways to encourage residents and the City of Ottawa to reduce waste, including single-use plastic bags, styro-foam, plastic straws, etc. See the pdf below for the reviewed notes on the meeting, and next steps.
Reviewed NOTES – CAFES and WWO meeting Feb 10 2018 & Planned Follow Up
People gathered in the CPCA Fieldhouse on February 15 to hear from the Ottawa Renewable Energy Co-op on how they contribute to buildding a local energy supply through smart investments in solar energy. See their site for more information. In our neighbourhood, Steve Cumbaa (Keyworth Avenue) has graciously prepared a short note on his experience with solar panels, which you can access as a pdf, below.
Continue reading “Renewable Energy”
Follow this link to read about a call for Food Forests as part of the plan for Blackstone Community Park near Stitsville. Could this be part of reimagining Champlain Park?