The middle of summer isn’t exactly when you want to start thinking about winter, but that’s what we have to do if we want to find the best way to keep roads safe during Edmonton’s upcoming snowy season. Last winter between February and March, 2017 the City launched an anti-icing pilot program that switched from… Continue reading Cold Reviews for City’s De-Icing Program
When Cutting Your Lawn, Go Bagless! Here’s How Mow high: Raise the height of your mower to medium range (on most mowers) and only cut off 1/3 of the length of the grass blades. Mow to the height of your pinky, or 6-8 cm (2.5-3 inches) Mow often: Mow often enough so that no more than 1/3… Continue reading It’s That Time of Year Again…
The Edmonton Food Council is looking for new members! As a volunteer committee of the City, the Edmonton Food Council’s primary role is to advise on matters of food and urban agriculture and to take an active role in supporting the implementation of fresh: Edmonton’s Food and Urban Agriculture Strategy. Other key activities may include undertaking… Continue reading fresh NEWS
The Dogwood Café, located within the Victoria Golf Course and Driving Range, is among the 14 Community and Recreation Facilities in Edmonton that have contracted out food service provider agreements to third-party companies. All of these agreements have expired as of this year. The City of Edmonton recently put forward a Negotiated Request for Proposal, which opened the process to… Continue reading Not Par for the Course
With warmer weather right around the corner, the City of Edmonton wants you to break bread with your neighbours this summer! The newly launched Hello, Let’s Eat! campaign is encouraging Edmontonians to come together and connect in their community. Hello, Let’s Eat! is a collaborative effort between the Hello, How Are You? campaign, fresh – Edmonton’s… Continue reading Hello, Let’s Eat!
The City of Edmonton wants you to reap what you sow with their newly launched community garden pilot program. This pilot program, called the Vacant Lot Cultivation Pilot, will grant local gardeners access to municipal land for 7 months this year. Gardeners participating in this pilot program will be able to produce food and flowers,… Continue reading Calling All Gardeners!