Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, on which day events worldwide are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network and celebrated in more than 193 countries each year. Earth Week in Tiny is a full week of activities that allow you and your family to connect with nature and to learn more about living sustainably.
Wednesday, April 24th 6pm-8pm Workshop: Backyard Invasive Species in Tiny
Township of Tiny Community Centre (91 Concession 8 East)
Join Robert Canning from the Severn Sound Environmental Association and Horticulturalist Professor Lynn Short on an in depth workshop and conversation on the invasive species you might find in your own backyard, right here in Tiny. Learn about Phragmites, white sweet clover, spotted knapweed, Emerald ash borer and more.
Friday, April 26th 9am-11:30am Guided Birdwatching with the Wasaga Birdwatching Club
Tiny Marsh (500 Tiny-Flos Townline)
Bring your binoculars, appropriate footwear, clothing, water and a snack. Don’t miss this opportunity to observe the beauty of Tiny Marsh with the experts!
Saturday, April 27th 11:20am to noon Sugar Bush Nature Walk with the Tiny Marsh
1355 Flos Road 8 East, Elmvale
Join the naturalists from the Tiny Marsh Biodiversity group on a 40-minute walk through the sugar bush at a time when we are welcoming back many well-loved migrants and enjoying the flowering of our spring ephemerals. This tour is a feature of the Elmvale Maple Sugar Festival.