As partners since 2009, Fido and Evergreen have worked together to restore degraded public spaces, increase opportunities for outdoor recreation, education and enjoyment, as well as improve the health and biodiversity of natural habitats in urban communities.
You can help our efforts by opting for Online Billing. It not only helps save our forests, it’ll help save you money too. If you choose a paper invoice, there will be a $2 charge per month.
Since 2009, Fido and Evergreen have:
Over 50,000 trees and shrubs planted and 209 sites transformed across Canada
Over 23,000 volunteers engaged nationally
Distributed $130,000 in grants
8,500 youth engaged in urban greening, gardening and educational activities
60 workshops and presentations delivered nationally
25 municipal, agency and institutional partnerships
150 different food varieties planted, growing close to 2,000 lbs of food
Increased on-the-ground presence in Calgary, Montreal and Waterloo
77 teachers trained to teach curriculum-based lessons through the Outdoor Classroom Institute
Opened the Fido Classroom at Evergreen Brick Works, a vital space providing engaging food-related programs and hands-on workshops
Have a look at the interactive map to see the impact of Fido’s support of Evergreen’s work in communities across the country.
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