City parks matter for many reasons!
Learn from a range of experts why parks are important to people and the environment. At this speed-dating style event, groups of attendees will be rotated through to learn from a series of 8-minute "dates" with the experts.

When: Saturday, June 18, 2016, 1 - 3 PM.

Where: Kenneth Rowe Building, Dalhousie University, 6100 University Avenue, Halifax, NS

Featuring a special presentation by PLANifax (see their teaser invitation.)

Presenters include:
- Tony Charles, Saint Mary's University Halifax

- Peter Duinker, Dalhousie University

- Jeremy Lundholm, Saint Mary's University Halifax

- Jean Rennie, Park Avenue Community Oven

- John Reid, Saint Mary's University Halifax

And representatives of:
Ecology Action Centre

- Halifax Water

- Adventure Earth Centre

Attendance is free, we only ask that you register on our Eventbrite page as space is limited!

This event is part of the Sierra Club Atlantic Canada Chapter's work inGorsebrook Park, generously funded by through the Green Streets program by Tree Canada / Arbres Canada and TD Friends of the Environment Foundation - TD FEF.

TD Green Streets / Tree Canada Logo

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