Inspiring Change for a Sustainable Future Symposium
October 22 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This symposium celebrates the 75th anniversary of the Garden Club of Toronto by exploring how gardening can inspire sustainable changes.
The Garden Club of Toronto has played a key role in designing and planting gardens that beautify the city and environs as well as providing outreach and educational programming. Celebrate their 75th anniversary by charting a path to the next 75 years with a symposium that will inspire gardeners and nature-lovers of all ages.
This symposium inspires you to take a fresh look at gardening and see the many ways in which it leads to a sustainable future by bringing key speakers, artists, and community allies together. This full-day event will feature:
- Keynote Speaker: Dr. Diana Beresford-Kroeger
- Roundtable 1: Gardening to support biodiversity / our role as stewards of the land
- Roundtable 2: Health benefits of being connected to nature
- Art Exhibit featuring sustainable creations with recycled and repurposed material
- You will have a chance to meet and learn about Toronto community organizations working towards a sustainable future right now.
- A boxed lunch is included in the ticket price, however, attendees should bring their own reusable water bottles to fill at water-filling stations.
Tickets: $45 pp
Location: Toronto Botanical Garden