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Celebrating Earth Day: Worm Composting for Toronto Urban Dwellers

As Toronto gears up to celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd, there’s no better time for condo residents to embrace sustainable practices like worm composting. Amidst the bustling streets and high-rise buildings, worm composting offers Toronto urban dwellers a practical way to contribute to the city’s environmental health while fostering a deeper connection to nature. Read more about Celebrating Earth Day: Worm Composting for Toronto Urban Dwellers[…]

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No Yard? No Problem. Six Steps to Composting Indoors

Composting food scraps with red wiggler worms, also known as vermicomposting, is an excellent way to reduce household waste and create nutrient-rich soil for plants. However, if you live in Toronto without a yard or outdoor space, you may be wondering how to get started. Here are some tips for managing food scraps with red Read more about No Yard? No Problem. Six Steps to Composting Indoors[…]

Where to Buy Native Plants in Toronto

Are you planning your backyard garden? ¬†Planting with¬†natives is a really important way to protect biodiversity in the city. Even planting a few¬†natives¬†is a great place to¬†start. Here are a few ways ways to find native plants in Toronto: Native plants now at Loblaws Garden Centres Thanks to a partnership with WWF and Carolinian Canada¬† Read more about Where to Buy Native Plants in Toronto[…]