The Halton Environmental Network (HEN) is a network of the approximately 40 environmental non-profit groups operating in Halton Region. Member groups are listed in the columns to the right. Details of each member group can be found in our online directory.
Membership in HEN provides an opportunity for local environmental groups to grow and reach a greater number of citizens. Benefits of membership include a listing and link in our online directory, a listing in the annual Halton Enviro Guide, and the opportunity to submit news, events, and volunteer needs for publication on our website and in our weekly ebulletin.
Click here to find out more about becoming a HEN member group.
- 15 May 2013 : Environmental Group of the Week: Burlington Horticultural Society (No Comments)
The Burlington Horticultural Society (BHS) is a volunteer, non-profit, organization whose mission is to beautify the Burlington community. It is a place for those who love gardening to learn and [More...]
- 8 May 2013 : Environmental Group of the Week: Oakville Horticultural Society (No Comments)
The Oakville Horticultural Society (OHS) has been celebrating horticulture in Oakville since 1957. The OHS aims to further the knowledge of horticulture, stimulating an interest in gardening in our community’s [More...]
- 6 May 2013 : Oakvillegreen Offering Native Trees for Sale (No Comments)
Oakvillegreen is offering a variety of native trees for sale, grown from locally gathered seed. Orders are due by Thurs. May 9. Trees will be delivered to Oakville on Sat. [More...]
- 1 May 2013 : Environmental Group of the Week: Oakville-Mississauga KAIROS (No Comments)
KAIROS unites Canadian churches and religious organizations in a faithful ecumenical response to the call to “do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God” (Micah [More...]
- 24 April 2013 : Environmental Group of the Week – South Peel Naturalists’ Club (No Comments)
South Peel Naturalists’ Club, SPNC, encourages the enjoyment and study of nature and the environment, promotes the preservation and conservation of flora and fauna, land and water and fosters awareness [More...]