Latornell Leadership Project – 2020/2021 Webinar Series – #1 @ Online
Oct 6 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Latornell Conservation Symposium

While the 2020 Latornell Conservation Symposium is ‘pausing’ its November 2020 event, the Latornell Leadership Project is offering a new series of webinars exploring different aspects of leadership examples and best practices within the conservation sector.

Groundwork: The Foundation and Evolution of the Conservation Authorities in Ontario

A webinar highlighting the genesis of the Conservation Authorities Act in 1946, the evolution of the Conservation Authority movement over the next 70-plus years, and the leadership of Conservation Authorities today and into the future in safeguarding the lands, waters, and communities of Ontario.

Can’t attend live? Submit your registration and you will be able to view the recorded version once the webinar has ended.

Learn More and Register.


Webinar: Winterize Your Lawn and Garden @ Online
Oct 6 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

From lawn care and leaf clean-up, to preparing for next year’s garden beds — learn what to do this fall to give your lawn and garden a head start next spring. You will leave this workshop with a plan for a healthy, beautiful yard.

This presentation is intended for general audiences:

  • Beginner level information
  • Includes intermediate concepts
  • Content intended for older youth and adult audiences


This workshop is taking place via GoToWebinar. After registration you will be emailed a link to join the webinar.

TRCA is committed to creating an accessible experience for all participants. If you require an accommodation, please email liana.dandrea@trca.ca at least seven days prior to the event.


Rainscaping – A Fletchers Creek SNAP Event @ Online
Oct 6 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Residents of the Fletchers Creek SNAP neighbourhood are invited to join Credit Valley Conservation’s (CVC) Melanie Kramer for a free webinar on how you can use colourful native plants to absorb and capture rainwater to protect your property and keep Fletchers Creek clean.

Discover how to create beautiful rain gardens, soakaways and rain chains that can brighten your community.

Attendees who live in Credit River Watershed will receive a free guide to help them get started with their rain garden projects.



Grey To Green Is Going Virtual! @ Online
Oct 21 – Oct 23 all-day

Grey to Green Conference

In light of COVID-19, Grey to Green is joining our CitiesAlive conference in a virtual setting this year.

This will combine the best of both event programs to feature student focused programming, world-class speakers, local tours, and more!


  • Focus on design, policy, and research
  • Be coupled with in-person tours on Saturdays
  • Contain keynotes and panel sessions
  • Include the Awards of Excellence

Visit CitiesAlive online to learn more and register.