Hope is Growing

2020 Claudette Savaria Bursary recipients

Congratulations to Tory Brantner, from Lethbridge AB, a fourth-year student at the University of Lethbridge where she is completing a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and GIS.  She is passionate about conservation, horticulture, and environmental sustainability. In the upcoming months she will be striving to initiate a horticulture club at the University of Lethbridge to promote the Communities in Bloom mandate by providing students with an opportunity to obtain fundamental gardening skills to grow vegetables and herbs as a way to promote environmental sustainability. Congratulations Tory and good luck with all your future projects!

The Value of Green Spaces in Society

Established in 2005, the Communities in Bloom Foundation mission is to provide information and education on the environmental, social and economic benefits of green spaces. The Foundation is dedicated to funding, developing and disseminating education and awareness to a wide audience on the value, improvement, importance and sustainable development of green spaces and natural environment in Canadian society.

All those involved in the Communities in Bloom program have witnessed the benefits of green spaces in our communities: we wish to demonstrate and provide the information to all communities throughout Canada