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GILLIAN LEITCH testifies to the benefits of connecting to nature through bees and delisting Milkweed from the Noxious Weed Act on March 4, 2015

Pure honey offers taste of local landscape
“Floral bouquets gift honey with distinction, and a wealth of flavour and texture”, says Gillian Leitch
OPINION JUL 03, 2018 | BY GILLIAN LEITCH | TORONTO.COM

On-the-land cultural restoration program in full bloom despite pandemic
Posted on August 19, 2020 in Anishinabek News

The AlterEden Minogiin Gitiganis — Gardens Growing Well program interns created 72 Anishinabemowin wood cookies with names of boreal forest plants to be hung up in the Dennis Franklin Cromarty High School garden in Thunder Bay.
By Rick Garrick
WAWATAY NEWS October 16, 2020 DFC GARDEN PROJECT GROWING WELL by Rick Garrick

Lorraine Johnson’s article for Ontario Nature celebrating AlterEden designed Palmerston Square Pollinator Patch
Don’t fight storm water, use it!
 September 22, 2015  by Martina Rowley
Gillian Leitch, landscape designer and beekeeper is a member of the Pollinator Advisory Group
MANDATE The United Church of Canada CLIMATE JUSTICE Winter 2020