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The Crow’s Nest #4: The Farm and the Friends of That Farm

Buckle up folks, it’s story time! Today we’re talking about power. Lukewarm take: universities have a power dynamic that’s upheld at the expense of their students. During my time in university, it seemed like the student body was constantly fighting for something. Fighting cuts to funding, fighting for divestment, fighting for mental health services, fighting Read more about The Crow’s Nest #4: The Farm and the Friends of That Farm[…]

Guelph Tool Library Goes Virtual

The Guelph Tool Library is helping the community stay connected during the COVID-19 pandemic with new virtual programming. “Our whole mission is surrounded in a world where people receive joy in sharing. But without being able to share physically, we still want to be able to maintain that connection. It’s so important right now,” says Read more about Guelph Tool Library Goes Virtual[…]

The Crow’s Nest #3: Pressed for Time Paninis and the Pandemic Produce Boxes

Ahoy hoy, Glad to see you here for episode three! Today I’m talking to Jules and Dee from Pressed for Time Panini. Have you ever had a panini? Really, it’s just a thin, grilled sandwich. But somehow it’s nothing like a sandwich. Probably because it’s thin and grilled. If you haven’t had a panini, you’re Read more about The Crow’s Nest #3: Pressed for Time Paninis and the Pandemic Produce Boxes[…]

The Crow’s Nest #2: Jenny Mitchell and the Magic Golden Bus

Welcome! Thanks for checking out episode two. This round, listen to me chat with Jenny Mitchell, creative extraordinaire. She’s an incredibly interesting, intelligent and genuine podcast guest and was fantastic to interview. This episode, despite being the second, is the first that I recorded. Jenny turned my okay questions into insightful answers and took our Read more about The Crow’s Nest #2: Jenny Mitchell and the Magic Golden Bus[…]

The Crow’s Nest #1: Steph Clarke and the Teenaged Fabric Stash

Hello! Welcome to the first episode of The Crow’s Nest. It’s finally here! I’m not going to lie; it was not easy. I never really thought I’d be seriously making a podcast. I’ve joked about it with friends, and thought about how fun it would be to have someone at my auditory mercy for 40 Read more about The Crow’s Nest #1: Steph Clarke and the Teenaged Fabric Stash[…]

Guelph Tool Library to Temporarily Close

Guelph Tool Library to temporarily close amid COVID-19 Concerns for a minimum period of three weeks, amid current COVID-19 concerns. As the GTL operates on Upper Grand District School Board property, the facility is subject to the same rules and regulations regarding closures as all publicly funded schools in Ontario. Effective Friday, March 13th at Read more about Guelph Tool Library to Temporarily Close[…]

Zero Waste Festival – Frequently Asked Questions, and more!

The first ever Zero Waste Festival is less than one week away! We are incredibly thrilled to be putting on the first ever Zero Waste Festival in Guelph, Ontario! As the recipients of a 2018 Ontario Trillium Foundation Seed Grant, we have been privileged to offer a whole year of exciting and engaging workshops and Read more about Zero Waste Festival – Frequently Asked Questions, and more![…]