Read the July edition of the Pocket Change Project newsletter
The third edition of the Pocket Change Project's Eco Fun Fair was a resounding success, bringing out 100+ neighbours to learn about and share knowledge of everything green.
Have you ever thought the Pocket needed its own Bike Share station? Or bike parking in Phin Park? Want to help establish charging options for EVs in our community? The Pocket Change Project is starting up a Sustainable Transportation working group in the fall, and we’re looking for youth (15+) and adults interested in joining.
Biancka and Harrison are two smart and enthusiastic student interns that will be helping out the Pocket Change Project this summer. Say hi.
The biggest contributor to our household carbon footprint is the use of fossil gas (natural gas) to heat our houses. We all want to be more efficient and use less.
One of the most exciting and empowering initiatives of the Pocket Change Project to date has been our Pocket Change Parties. We were only able to have three before Covid shut down in-person gatherings, but they were fantastic, and we are chomping at the bit to ramp them up again.
Our friends at the Harbord Village Residents’ Association have these two excellent bulk buy programs, offering information and discounts, open to anyone, regardless of where they live.
Read the June edition of the Pocket Change Project newsletter
Australian artist Brenna Quinlan has generously shared her artwork with us