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Join the eBird Global Big Day on World Migratory Bird Day!

May 14

Be a part of birding’s biggest team on May 14, 2022. Last year, more than 51,000 people from 192 countries participated! When you submit your Global Big Day sightings to eBird, you contribute to our understanding of the world’s bird populations. Learn more.

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8:00 am

rare Spring Plant Sale and Eco-Market

May 14 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Springbank Farm – rare Charitable Research Reserve, 681 Blair Road
North Dumfries, Ontario
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Looking for another reason to come out to rare's Spring Plant Sale and EcoMarket? In addition to the thousands of herb, vegetable and flower plants available, we will have a tent full of vendors, artisans and local community groups looking forward to meet you. Among them, we'd like to welcome Melville Café, a Galt institution, who will be ...

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1:15 pm

Emergency In Ontario: Rally For Climate, Communities and Nature!

May 14 @ 1:15 pm - 3:30 pm
Queen’s Park, 111 Wellesley St., Toronto, ON M7A 1A2

Ontario’s environment is under threat. Greenhouse gas emissions are on the rise again, protections for nature are being dismantled, and mega projects are encroaching on communities. This spring we have a chance to choose another path - one that prioritizes people and the planet. In the lead up to the provincial election, show your support ...

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