EOS is planting rain gardens this summer!

Find out all about rain gardens here: Rain Garden How-to Guide for Tantramar

Rain gardens are natural storm water management systems and a simple  way to adapt to climate change in Tantramar. Climate change is causing more rainfall but it is falling in fewer, more intense events. Rain gardens capture runoff from roofs or parking lots, etc and let it absorb naturally into the ground, keeping it out of storm drains. They are also helpful in coastal areas, limiting erosion and filtering polluted runoff. Rain gardens are planted with native grasses and flowers and also attract bees and butterflies!

We’re looking for volunteers to help us plant rain gardens in Port Elgin, Dorchester and Memramcook in June and July. Contact Robyn Snook at (506) 536-4487 or info.eos@bellaliant.com for more information and how to get involved.

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EOS booth at Sackville Earth Day Event

EOS will be celebrating Earth Day at the Tantramar Alliance Against Hydro-Fracking’s Locally Sourced Fair April 26th from 1-3 at the Sackville Legion. Come and check out our model wind turbine and collection of solar powered gadgets and toys! Learn about renewable energy. Hands-on fun for the whole family!