Media Coverage

School Goes Green

June 17, 2010  |  Mississauga News

After a year of intense work greening their school, Oscar Peterson Public School students and staff are celebrating their accomplishment. Students, staff and teachers gathered yesterday inside the gym to recognize how far the school has come with its green initiatives, implemented through the EcoSource Green Schools Program. Read more

A Recipe for Healthy Environment

May 25, 2010  |  Brampton Guardian

Culinary talents and the ingredients for environmental sustainability were showcased during a recent high school cooking competition in Brampton. Turner Fenton Secondary School and environmental organization EcoSource hosted the Greenbelt Culinary Challenge at the local high school May 12. Read more

Contest Writing Recipe for Healthy Environment

May 19, 2010  |  Mississauga News

Culinary talents and the ingredients for environmental sustainability were showcased during a recent high school cooking competition in Brampton. Turner Fenton Secondary School and environmental organization EcoSource hosted the Greenbelt Culinary Challenge on May 12. Read more

Student Chefs Spring into Action with the 2nd Greenbelt Culinary Challenge

May 9, 2010  |  The Brampton News

Following the success of the first Greenbelt Culinary Challenge in fall 2009, environmental organization EcoSource and the culinary arts program at Turner Fenton Secondary School are hosting aspiring young chefs once again in a competition celebrating all that Ontario’s Greenbelt has to offer as the growing season begins! Read more

Fletcher's Meadow School Showcases Its Green Thumb, Hosts EcoBuzz Conference and Provincial Symposium

February 18, 2010  |  Caledon Citizen

Peel District School Board students and teachers will gather at Fletcher's Meadow Secondary School in Brampton Friday and Saturday, along with representatives from environmental organizations across Ontario, to participate in the EcoBuzz Conference and Environmental Youth-Adult Partnerships (EYAP) Provincial Symposium, organized by EcoSource and the Peel Environment Youth Alliance (PEYA). Read more