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Nature and Ecology

Date/Time Event
Thursday, September 20, 2018
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
People, Plants and Places

NEW! From time immemorial plants have supported and defined cultures globally. Join Deborah, assistant curator at the Royal Ontario Museum, to explore the intricate connections between plants and people through fossil, historic and contemporary examples.

[PG18F07] Deborah Metsger
Public $30; Members $25

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Saturday, October 13, 2018
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Discover West Don Ravine

NEW! Enjoy a guided nature hike in Earl Bales Park, situated in the West Don Watershed. Take in the beautiful fall colours and migrating birds and butterflies while learning about the struggles facing urban ravines. This 5 km route follows paved and well-travelled dirt trails with one steep climb at the end.

This is an offsite course, directions and meeting location will be sent to participants after registration.

[PG18F20] Peter Heinz
Public and Members $10

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Saturday, October 20, 2018
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Indigenous Learning along the Humber River

NEW! Join Alan of Toronto Aboriginal Eco Tours on a guided exploration of the Humber River beginning with a sharing circle and smudge. Learn about the edible and medicinal properties of Indigenous and naturalized plants that call this place home.

This is an offsite course, directions and meeting location will be sent to participants after registration.

[PG18F27] Alan Colley
Public $48; Members $38

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