On Family, the Lethbridge Sustainable Living Association (LSLA), Helen Schuler Nature Centre and Environment Lethbridge co-hosted a workshop for teens on solar cooking. Following a presentation by Thomas Porter from LSLA, each participant was able to make their own solar … Continued
On February 18, Environment Lethbridge and the Oldman Watershed Council hosted an Open House at our new office at 319-6 Street South in Lethbridge. Here are a few photos from the event: All photos are copyright Mel Lefebvre, 2016.
We’ve spent a lot of time talking about recycling in Lethbridge – recycling bins, recycling depots, curbside recycling. Perhaps the recent decision by Lethbridge City Council to reject curbside recycling in Lethbridge should be a reminder that recycling is intended … Continued
Local teens are encouraged to register for a workshop on alternative energy and sustainability taking place on Monday February 15th at the Helen Schuler Nature Centre. The workshop, targeting youth ages 11 – 15, will start at 1:00pm and is … Continued
We make the case for the first of the three Rs in our February newsletter. “In our efforts to do the right thing, it’s easy to forget that recycling is the last best option. In fact, recycling should be the … Continued
We are looking for volunteers to help out at different community events. If you are interested in sharing information about sustainability, connecting with the community and attending local events, these positions may be for you! We have two volunteer opportunities … Continued
The Executive Committee is seeking nominations from people in Lethbridge interested in advancing sustainable practices in the region. The Executive Committee works on behalf of the Community Partners to oversee the day-to-day governance of the Council. It is responsible for fiduciary care, oversight of … Continued
SAGE has released their January newsletter. In this issue: Green New Year’s Resolutions Introducing Environment Lethbridge’s New Executive Director Residential Waste Diversion Book Reviews: A Way Across the Mountain by Scott Stine and Heart Waters by Kevin van Tighem Click … Continued