Nature Play Brings the Outside In

In January, we started a bi-weekly preschool playgroup program called Nature Play. Funded through Children First and the Family Friendly Coalition, our goal was to bring the outside in, and […]

Be*Leafer

Introducing Be*Leafer, NEAT’s first ever monthly giving campaign. For more than 25 years, NEAT has been an award winning environmental education organization in northeast BC. We’ve worked with thousands of […]

Seeds of Change

In 2017, we grew and donated food from 30 local garden beds to the Salvation Army and Women’s Resource Society in Fort St. John.  Join us as we feed more local […]

2018 NEAT Funding Update

As you may have read, the Peace River Regional District has decided to take the Waste Reduction Education and Outreach program in-house at the end of 2017. NEAT has been carrying […]

Save on Food Waste

Save in Big Ways with Composting and Meal Planning Article provided by Emily Kitchin   Do you know how much food you waste each week by forgetting to use it […]

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GROW YOUR OWN

Large scale food production requires a tremendous amount of water, fertilizers, and chemicals added to the soil, and that is before transporting them! Growing your own means you're feeding your family with less, and that's a neat idea.

Nature Play Brings the Outside In

In January, we started a bi-weekly preschool playgroup program called Nature Play. Funded through Children First and the Family Friendly Coalition, our goal was to bring the outside in, and […]

Be*Leafer

Introducing Be*Leafer, NEAT’s first ever monthly giving campaign. For more than 25 years, NEAT has been an award winning environmental education organization in northeast BC. We’ve worked with thousands of […]

Seeds of Change

In 2017, we grew and donated food from 30 local garden beds to the Salvation Army and Women’s Resource Society in Fort St. John.  Join us as we feed more local […]

2018 NEAT Funding Update

As you may have read, the Peace River Regional District has decided to take the Waste Reduction Education and Outreach program in-house at the end of 2017. NEAT has been carrying […]

Save on Food Waste

Save in Big Ways with Composting and Meal Planning Article provided by Emily Kitchin   Do you know how much food you waste each week by forgetting to use it […]

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GROW YOUR OWN

Large scale food production requires a tremendous amount of water, fertilizers, and chemicals added to the soil, and that is before transporting them! Growing your own means you're feeding your family with less, and that's a neat idea.

RESOURCES

NEAT wants to provide you with resources to help you make the right choices in your daily life. If you can't find what you are looking for, we are available to help you with the next step.

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EVENTS

WineCraft

Introducing the newest and NEATest event in FSJ! WineCraft combines crafts, friends and wine into a great evening of fun. Every month WineCraft will have a new project for you […]

Northern Edibles, a beginner's guide to vegetable gardening in the north is being offered May 2, 2018 at the North Peace Cultural Centre. For tickets call the box office at 250-785-1992

Northern Edibles 2

Back by popular demand! We are so excited to be working with Master Gardener Sonya Runacres on Northern Edibles: A Beginner’s Master Class on Vegetable Gardening North of 50.  Sonya […]

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MISSION VISION

Empowering individuals, businesses and institutions to engage in environmentally sustainable practices. We lead by example, creating awareness, educating,inspiring and demonstrating innovative solutions.

A healthy, vibrant community, whose members adopt environmentally sustainable actions in their daily lives.