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Cuvilly Ecojustice Network

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The Ecojustice Network provides educational opportunities for people beyond the preschool level through adulthood. It also works with other schools, organizations and groups not only to raise awareness about current ecological issues threatening the life of our planet, but also to explore actions that empower us to make the changes necessary for all life to thrive.​

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Ecojustice Network Offerings
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Landscaping for Biodiversity Curriculum

Based on Doug Talamy's book Natures Best Hope, this six-module curriculum, explores  the need to welcome and support biodiversity in the  spaces where we live and work. Hands on learning opportunities explore practical ways to make changes in the way we garden and landscape.

Access to the curriculum is free. 

Landscaping for Biodiversity Curriulum >>

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Workshops
 

Using individual modules from the curriculum as the springboard, Cuvilly has designed workshops for adults wanting work with the support and guidance of others to learn how to transform their own back yards and other outdoor spaces.

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Guided Tours and Consultations

Tour the Cuvilly Campus as we continue to transform it into a biodiverse permaculture landscape.

We are also happy to provide a consultation appointment to discuss your ambitions and plans for your own space, and help you problem solve.

Please visit the Conact page to tell us about yourself or your group and to arrange a visit or consultation.

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Kids Programs

SKIL

Simply Keep It Local, our Summer program for kids, is returning this year

June 24th to 7th

July 8th to 11th

July 15th to 18th

Learn more >  Register Here > 

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Field Trips

Cuvilly offers themed field trips for groups of up to 15 participants.

 Contact us for more information.

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Ecojustice Forum

The Cuvilly Ecojustice Forum is a place for online conversations on ecojustice issues. Share ideas, successes, challenges or simply ask or answer a question and help build an active and supportive community working together to for change.

Create a new post, add a comment or check out what others are talking about.

Ecojustice Forum .>>

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Special Events

'The Need to Grow' Showing

A new independent film, 'The Need to Grow', tells stories offering possible solutions to the current climate crisis and offers a message of hope. The film, follows several environmental champions, from a 6-year-old food activist trying to ensure her future to a never-say-die micro-farmer and a brilliant inventor. 

Place: The Yurt, 10 Jefferys Neck Road, Ipswich

Cost: $10 at the door

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Volunteering

Come and discover the joy of volunteering!

Meet new people, learn new skills and put the skills you already have to good use.

If you enjoy being outside and would like to work with others to maintain the magical space that is Cuvilly please join us and experience the satisfaction that comes from knowing you have helped.

Learn more >> 

Mark Your Calendar
The Network has a series of events planned for 2024. Keep an eye out for more details in January!

 

Date TBD - “The Need to Grow” Showing

Do you ever feel anxious about climate change and the state of ecological and human health? A new independent film, The Need to Grow, tells stories offering possible solutions to the current climate crisis and offers a message of hope. The film, narrated by Rosario Dawson, follows several environmental champions, from a 6-year-old food activist trying to ensure her future to a never-say-die micro-farmer and a brilliant inventor. 

Place: The Yurt, 10 Jefferys Neck Road, Ipswich

Cost: $10 at the door

June 24th - 27th , July 8th - 11th, July 15th - 18th - SKIL

Summer  program for children going into grades 1,2 and 3

More information here >>

The following workshops are based on our Landscaping for Biodiversity curriculum: 

 

 

July 24th 7-8:30 pm- Variety is the Spice of Life 

Are you curious about native plants? Want to learn more about why they are so important, and how they help our ecosystems? Join us at the Cuvilly Arts & Earth Center for a discussion and some hands-on learning!
 

October 3rd 9:30-11:00 am- Meet the Little Things That Run the World

October 5th 12:00-1:30 pm- Meet the Little Things That Run the World

Insects play a vital role in sustaining life on earth, let’s take some time to appreciate them! We will take a guided walk and learn about the fascinating life of insects.

Thank you for your support!

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