Halton Environmental Network

Site: Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre

Record #: OAK4136
Last Full Update: 24 Oct 2023

Contact Information

E-Mail info@haltonenvironment.ca
Website haltonenvironet.ca
Social Media Facebook Facebook, Instagram Instagram, LinkedIn LinkedIn, Twitter Twitter, YouTube YouTube
Primary Contact Marsha Smith, Interim Executive Director; Email: marsha@haltonenvironment.ca
Volunteer Coordinator Reannan Bodrug, Volunteer, Fundraising, and Corporate Engagement Manager; Email: reannan@haltonenvironment.ca

Agency Information

Description (Agency)
  • a grassroots organization in Halton Region since 2004, focused on climate education and sustainability
  • HEN emphasizes evidence-based, equitable, and integrity-driven initiatives
  • work includes collaboration, community awareness, and resource development
  • HEN obtained charitable status in 2022
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established May 2004
Funding Grants ; Donations ; Sponsorships

Description and Service Details

Description (Service)


Halton Food

  • educates residents in Halton Region about sustainable food production and promotes access to local, healthy, culturally relevant food through sustainable community gardening, urban farming, and school gardens
  • education programs are delivered through the schools, summer camps, and library programs

The Halton Climate Collective (HCC)

  • comprised of environmental leaders from: Halton Region, Town of Oakville, Town of Halton Hills, Town of Milton, City of Burlington, Halton District School Board, Halton Catholic District School Board, Conservation Halton, University of Waterloo, Sheridan College, and the Halton Environmental Network
  • work collectively to create a climate-resilient, low-carbon Halton community.

Generation Green

  • program designed “by-youth, for-youth”, with youth stakeholders and youth mentors organizing an annual conference
  • teaches students how to measure, track, and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and become climate leaders in our community
  • youth compete to design and implement projects that maximize climate action with measurable results
  • conference is an inclusive event open to all students, Grades 7-12, within the Halton District (HDSB) and Halton Catholic (HCDSB) School Boards.


  • Neighbours helping Neighbours
  • creates a resiliency hub network that engages diverse community stakeholders to increase their climate resiliency, build community capacity, and work together to support each other during extreme weather events
  • for more information, see separate listing here

Mon-Fri 9 am-3 pm

Areas Served Halton Region
Eligibility No restrictions

Email for information

Languages English ; French - French speaking staff member available at certain times
Fees None

Site Information

Located In Community Halton Region
Address & Map
Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
2302 Bridge Rd
Oakville, ON L6L 2G6
View Google Map
Intersection Bronte Rd and Rebecca St
Mailing Address c/o Halton Environmental Network 
PO Box 60037 
RPO Hopedale Mall 
Oakville, ON L6L 6R4
Physical Access Fully Accessible

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