Our village of Eden Mills is “Going Carbon Neutral”
We are a small Canadian village with an ambitious goal. We are engaging in a grassroots initiative to tackle the urgent issue of a warming planet. We want our children and grandchildren to know that we not only cared but tried to do something.
Therefore we are aiming to become the first village in North America to achieve carbon neutrality. We launched this project on November 7, 2007.
Jazz in the Barn with Peter Appleyard
In a swinging celebration of his 85th birthday, vibraphonist Peter Appleyard will host Jazz in the Barn, a full afternoon gala of fabulous music and elegant country fare on his Nassagaweya farm in Milton on Sunday, May 26, 2013 at 1:00 pm. Featuring jazz musicians who, like Peter, are recipients of the Order of Canada, the concert will raise funds for Eden Mills It Takes a Village. For more information, see the media release or visit the website www.jazzinthebarn.com.
Media Release: Eden Mills Community Club Awarded $15,000 grant from Farm Credit Canada
The Eden Mills and District Community Club is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a grant of $15,000 for its Community Hall Energy Retrofit project. The grant will be applied to the cost of a new heating/cooling system, specifically to the purchase of an air-to-air heat pump. Please see media release for more.
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Ontario Trillium Foundation supports work of Eden Mills Going Carbon Neutral
Eden Mills Going Carbon Neutral has received a grant of $120,000 from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The OTF is an agency of the Government of Ontario. Please visit the Trillium website at http://www.otf.ca.
The grant will assist in the energy retro-fit of the Community Hall of which the first phase will be completed in 2013. See full media release for details.
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The Eden Mills Going Carbon Neutral Project is supported in part by a grant from the Ontario Ministry of the Environment’s Community Go Green Fund.