CLIMATE NETWORK LANARK

How do I take Action on Climate Change in Lanark?

Climate Change
in Lanark

Electric
Vehicles

Heat Pumps

Working Groups

Our Working Groups meet monthly to share, learn, plan and above all, take action. Check them out below to learn more:

Buildings
and Transportation

Forests and
Nature-Based Solutions

Communications

Local Government

Compost and
Waste Reduction

Youth
Climate Action

Farms

News

Notes from The Lanark Climate Network

Notes from The Lanark Climate Network

In this monthly column, the Lanark Climate Network will be sharing its activities to collaborate, advocate for and build a fairer, greener, sustainably prosperous Lanark. .... read more

COVID-19 Fishing & Hunting FAQ UPDATE

COVID-19 Fishing & Hunting FAQ UPDATE

With spring fishing and hunting seasons on the horizon, the questions around COVID-19 and its impact on fishing and hunting in Ontario have increased significantly. The uncertainty of whether seasons would go ahead as planned, or if so, what restrictions may be in...

SURVEY: Climate Action Network

SURVEY: Climate Action Network

Participants, Climate Action Network workshop, Feb. 29/20 Thank you for participating! Now that you’ve had time to reflect, we would like to ask you a few questions about the workshop. Your comments will help us understand what worked and what didn’t, and how best to...

Climate Action Where We Live Workshop 

Climate Action Where We Live Workshop 

Climate Action Where We Live Workshop Hosted by the Climate Action Network of Lanark County, Smiths Falls & Region Saturday February 29, 2020 Algonquin College, Perth Campus, 7 Craig Street, Perth. DUE TO HIGH RESPONSE PLEASE NOTE THE LOCATION HAS CHANGED!Perth...

Become wild bee friendly

Become wild bee friendly

Pollination is critical to life on the planet — for healthy ecosystems and biodiversity and for agriculture and our food supply. Pollination takes place in many ways; wind and insects are the two biggies. All grains, grasses and many trees are pollinated by wind....

Hands on Stewardship

Hands on Stewardship

White-tail Deer, Cougar, Walleye, Bees and Eels — what do these have in common? These are all projects of the Lanark County Stewardship Council and topics for our new monthly column in the Lanark Era called Hands-on Stewardship. The Lanark County Stewardship Council...

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