A new and improved project is coming to the Hamilton Public Library Barton branch this weekend!
Green Venture is passionate about the community and they encourage Hamiltonians to implement greener practice in their homes and community.
On Saturday, June 17th the organization and other participants will be inputting the brand new green space at the Library on 571 Barton Street East, with the help of volunteers.
This addition to the property of the library will transform the look of the front garden and will draw attention from down the street!
Dozens of different plants and flowers will be planted resulting in a new and improved stunning look.
Some native species with unique names are going to be planted including New Jersey Tea, black-eyed Susan, hairy beardtongue, and zigzag goldenrod.
The event is supported by the Canada Community Revitalization Fund. This initiative supports projects all across Canada as they revitalize downtown cores and main streets.
With the support of the Hamilton Public Library, Barton Village BIA, Landscape Architect Adele Pierre and Green Venture, this project will continue to be a great success!
Volunteers for planting are needed so if you’re interested in being a part of this amazing event, register here.