Sustainable Milton

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Building a resilient Milton, together.


Sustainable Milton is a nonprofit environmental organization.

We advocate for an environmentally responsible Milton and work to reduce the impacts of climate change in our community through community engagement, education, and advocacy.

By working together with individuals, businesses, and the government, we can create lasting change for present and future generations.

Check out our upcoming events!

Halton Seedy Saturday

Milton Sports Centre
March 2nd, 10-3pm

Visit our booth and learn about the Canadian crops which form the basis of a healthy plant-based diet.

The Future House

Milton Sports Centre
April 6th, 10:00 – 4pm

Talk to vendors and learn how their green products and services can help reduce your energy bill and your carbon footprint. Heat pumps, solar panels, permeable paving, and more!

Earth Week

April 14-22

Have you seen an area in Milton that needs a clean-up? Let us know!

Join the Garden Club

Summer 2024

We host plenty of gardening events throughout the summer. Stay tuned for our gardening schedule!

Our many events
make us busy bees!

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Planting &

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One big impact of climate change is biodiversity loss. As such, we work to enhance Milton’s biodiversity by planting trees, tending to community gardens, providing homes for bats, and educating the community on the importance of native plants.

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Environmental Stewardship

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We host clean-ups to tackle litter and bring awareness about excess waste. It’s an important part of making Milton a more environmentally responsible place. Volunteers always report a feeling of satisfaction and pride in their contribution.

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meetings w/
town officials

We meet with various levels of government to discuss environmental issues and their solutions. We’ve delegated to Milton council and have met with each local councillor to improve Milton’s Climate Action Work Plan. Other issues include the wetlands and water courses of Milton Heights, and the Milton Education Village.

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Education & Workshops

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We host lectures and workshops for the community, schools, and culture groups. Ever had a close-up look at a salamander? Or tracked the sonar of a bat? Guests such as these are often seen at our lectures. Some other topics we cover include backyard composting and how to make healthy snacks. 

We offer group learning experiences for businesses.

Our team building events are a great way for businesses to personally contribute to the well-being of the community. By planting some trees or learning about a local species, they’ll get a unique team building experience.

Become a member!

Join our growing team working together towards a common goal. Our diverse members each bring unique skills, and together we help drive Milton on a more sustainable path.

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“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

Margaret Mead

Cultural Anthropologist

Sponsorships help keep the lights on.

Sustainable Milton offers a range of sponsorship levels for individuals and businesses who wish to financially support our work.

"Bring Your Own"

Our Green Goals team helps local businesses make sustainable practices the norm. The Green Goals Seal Program provides businesses with window decals to encourage customers to bring their own take-out containers. Read more about it on the Green Goals website.

Email us using the form below to get a ‘Bring Your Own’ sign or decal for your business!

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