Bringing Green Living to Our Community


    2020 was a year full of challenge and growth for Ecosource. Read about our stories of impact from the year in our annual report.

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    In the interest of our collective health and well-being, all our programs and offices will be closed until further notice. During this time, Ecosource staff will still be active and working remotely to promote environmental education in the community.

  • Local Food

    In 2006, Ecosource became a leader in local food literacy, when it opened the first community garden in Mississauga. Today, Ecosource manages 8 community gardens as well as a large urban agriculture teaching site and delivers mobile food growing workshops to thousands of Peel residents.

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  • Waste Reduction Education

    Engaging students in contemporary waste issues and fostering critical thinking, the Waste Reduction Workshops and Whole School Waste Reduction Campaigns aim to inspire change in waste practices.

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  • Youth Action

    Ecosource assists youth in creating sustained environmental change in schools and the community by working with the ever expanding Peel Environmental Youth Alliance network and increasing the number of youth using active transportation through our Youth Active Transportation Campaign program.

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  • Sustainability Education and Nature Play

    Sustainability Education engages participants and volunteers in programs that encourage us to think critically about the well-being of the environment and ourselves. In addition to delivering on- and off-site workshops on sustainability themes, we bring children’s outdoor play programming to schools and community groups.

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Ecosource is an innovative environmental organization specializing in fun, hands-on programs that focus on how each of us can change our daily habits to become better environmental citizens. Read more about what we do, or contact us to find out how you can get involved in your school or community!

Thanks for the experiments. The soil recipe we made is very good, and you know what? My plant is already growing!
Grade 3 student participant at the Sustainable Education Centre