5 Pollinator Plants You Can Grow From Seed, Virtual Event, February 24 @ 12:30pm

We are thrilled to be partnering once again with Halton Food and Halton Environmental Network and be a part of Halton Garden Week! Join us during the week of February 20-27th for some fun virtual events! Register here:

Halton Garden Week

On February 24th from 12:30 to 1:30 pm Oakvillegreen will walk you through the basic steps of winter sowing and starting native plants from seed. Native wildflowers increase biodiversity in your backyard, support pollinator species, and restore human connections to the natural world. They could be also brilliant companion plants for your food garden. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn more about Oakvillegreen’s top 5 picks for native seeds which you can start successfully outdoors during the winter!


From Seeds to Pollinators, Virtual Event, January 27 @ 7pm

Oakvillegreen will walk you through the basic steps of winter sowing and starting native plants from seed.

Native wildflowers increase biodiversity, support pollinator species, and restore human connections to the natural world. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn more about Oakvillegreen’s top picks for native seeds which you can start successfully outdoors during the winter! We would like you to join efforts with us and work together to create habitat for Oakville’s Pollinator Pathway.

Please, register here!

You will receive a Zoom invite link prior to the event.

You can direct any questions to: programs@oakvillegreen.org


Invasive Species Removal, October 24th

Join us and our youth leaders to learn more and tackle some of the unwanted invasive species in this beautiful nature area!
COVID Protocol in place and participation will be by registration only. To register or for more information, please email us at: programs@oakvillegreen.org
Thank you for helping us enhance our green spaces! 🌱

This event is possible thanks to the generous support of TD Friends of the Environment Foundation and The Town of Oakville.