The Elora Environment Centre works within the community to deliver leading edge environmental programming. Founded in 1993, we have empowered our community to bring meaningful change up from the grassroots ever since. With three focus areas for change—trees, water, and climate—the Elora Environment Centre nurtures community sustainability from the ground up. Check out our almost 25 year history of innovation and delivering change.
A not-for-profit, charitable organization, the Elora Environment Centre relies on our over twenty dedicated volunteers, four summer students, and five-person board of directors to drive change-making in our community. We are a dynamic group who are passionate about pushing the envelope for environmentally sustainable communities—and we welcome you make a difference with us!
NeighbourWoods Winter Tree Talk Behind the Scenes: What’s going on here in Centre Wellington for our Urban Forest. Come for an informal panel discussion to find out who is doing what for our trees in our CW and hear from our new urban forest manager, Mat Alain. Speakers are: Mat Alain- CW urban forest manager […]
Thursday, October 19 Time: 7:30 – 9:00 pm Location: Elora Centre for the Arts, 75 Melville Street, Elora. Main Floor Join us for an informative presentation covering topics such as: Why trees fail in severe weather events How trees withstand harsh weather events Prevention and maintenance of trees Tree health and structure issues About our […]
The newsletter from May
Whipper snippers and mowers: The number 1 enemy of young trees everywhere! Even the most careful of gardeners can nick the tender bark of a young tree. Because the vital channels that transport nutrients in a tree lie just under the bark, these wounds are more serious than you might think. And if the wound […]