David Suzuki Foundation launches Toronto’s Homegrown National Park project in Ward 19

Homegrown_park_SuzukiDo you have great ideas and a passion for community? Do you live, work or play in Toronto ’s Ward 19?

If you answered yes, you need to be part of Toronto’s Homegrown National Park project!

The David Suzuki Foundation has embarked on a mission to establish a ” Homegrown National Park ” in the City of Toronto by creating a vibrant green corridor following the former path of Garrison Creek , one of the city’s most important lost rivers. We’re seeking motivated and creative individuals who will work together with the David Suzuki Foundation and our project partners to help us grow, restore and enhance urban green space within the Homegrown National Park .

The program will kick off with a Camp Suzuki training weekend in April. Foundation staff and program partners will help you develop your idea, plan your project and engage your community. It’s an opportunity to build your leadership skills, get outside and raise awareness of the nature around us.

Meet new people, start your own community project and have fun!

Space is limited so apply today! To apply or learn more, visit the DSF website.

Application deadline: March 18, 2013

One thought on “David Suzuki Foundation launches Toronto’s Homegrown National Park project in Ward 19

  1. I live in ward 19 and would love to be a part of this fantastic project. I cannot apply for a Park Ranger, as i read the QandA – and i will be out of town most of July and part of August. At the same time – please put me on any volunteer list – if there are any. I’d love to help out and be involved in this whenever in the city.
    best regards – ilona zaremba

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