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Blog May 22, 2013
Find out how your child can celebrate their next birthday by supporting their favourite cause.
Blog May 13, 2013
One of our returning Ride the Ravines participants shares her experience from our inaugural ride last year and why she’s looking forward to coming back.
Blog May 6, 2013
Check out this beautiful exhibit now on at Evergreen Brick Works, featuring photography by Toronto-based artists Shane Fester and Kevin Morris, part of the 2013 Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
Blog May 3, 2013
Thank you to all of the participants in our first annual Earth Mudder Photo Contest. We hope you had a blast getting into the Earth this season. Check out our winners!
Blog April 29, 2013
Our Earth Mudder Photo Contest has wrapped up and here are the top 15 entries! Our finalists have been presented to the judges and winners will be announced May 3!
Media Coverage April 28, 2013
Teams compete in the Hit the Bricks urban adventure in support of Portage and Outward Bound Canada at the Evergreen Brick Works. Proceeds from the event support the Portage Ontario substance abuse rehabilitation program, which helps teens and families in crisis to overcome mental health and addiction issues.
Blog April 25, 2013
With half the world’s population now living in cities, major environmental challenges are now urban challenges too. Post-Oil City will take a look at the innovation needed to make cities sustainable.
Blog April 8, 2013
Kiehl’s Canada is donating up to $10,000 to Evergreen over the month of April! Find out about our Kiehl’s gift pack eBay auction being held April 15–22.
Blog April 2, 2013
Find out more about Evergreen’s Earth Mudder Photo Contest and how you can enter to win a trip to Costa Rica!
Media Coverage March 20, 2013
Lessons and ideas from the Golden Horseshoe Sustainable Neighbourhoods, that was capped with a tour of Evergreen, a previously abandoned brick factory that is now a showcase of environmental design and urban innovation. The facility is a great example of “creating infrastructure for emotional attachment,” as advocated by Nasmith.