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Ville en vert

Mission

Rooted in Montreal, Ville en Vert is a non-profit socio-environmental organization that works with citizens, organizations, and businesses to generate sustainable ecological changes in the community.

Services

Urban Agriculture

  • Support for the establishment of community gardens or other urban agriculture and greening projects.
  • Creation and maintenance of productive gardens (e.g., the Patro garden).

Popular Education

  • Workshops on healthy eating, biodiversity, urban agriculture, waste management, and climate change.
  • Awareness, information, and citizen committees regarding various ecological aspects of the community.

Waste Management and Recycling

  • Actions and promotion related to the 3 Rs: reduce, reuse, recycle, and valorize (workshops, awareness campaigns, support).
  • Loan of equipment for cleanliness chores.

Climate Change Mitigation

  • Education workshops and conferences related to climate change mitigation.

Green Alleys and Greening Programs

  • Support for environmental initiatives (green alleys, community gardens, etc.).
  • Greening projects in public or private spaces (e.g., Durocher/Jarry corner).

Others

  • L’Escale verte: an ecological and responsible boutique. A social economy enterprise offering ecological products (escaleverte.ca).
  • Outil-o-thèque: free loan of various items (outiloteque.ca).

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Fees apply for workshops and conferences in some cases. Organizations, schools, and non-profit organizations in the borough benefit from 2 free workshops per year. Beyond this number, the pricing grid applies: https://villeenvert.ca/activites-ateliers-et-conferences/

INFO : Relocalisation des organismes du Complexe William-Hingston

Le déménagement des organismes du Complexe William Hingston a commencé. Retrouvez toutes les informations sur le site web de la Table de Quartier de Parc-Extension : suivez ce lien !  Pour plus d'infos, contactez-nous.

The relocation of the William Hingston organizations has begun. You can find all the information on the Park Extension Roundtable's website: follow the link! For more information, contact us.


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