Until March 23, at the Parklane feature garden at Canada Blooms, visitors are invited to discover more about ReWilding and experience the extraordinary benefits of partnership between people and nature.
ReWilding has been piloted in the Lake Simcoe area and is at the core of a new $1.6-million ReWilding Lake Simcoe initiative involving communities who co-create revitalized places with nature that benefit people while improving the health of the lake.
All during Canada Blooms, people can travel through the Parklane feature garden, where partnership qualities are adapted from the world of music. This creates a unique learning experience and everyone can leave their perspectives on the ReWild! growing research wall.
ReWilding is part of a family of activities helping Lake Simcoe become a 21st century living lab for innovation, research and learning.
Other initiatives include SPLASH Lake Simcoe's Floating Water Festival in various locations around the lake.
Ladies of the Lake are fostering the development of the water centre and its projects.