Grey to Green is taking place in downtown Toronto from May 15-16 and will highlight new policy, design practices, and innovative products in the green infrastructure sector. Across Ontario the sector employs more than 150,000 designers, manufacturers, conservation officers, engineers, contractors and maintenance professionals who work on urban forests, bioswales, green roofs and walls, wetlands and more. Don’t miss Toronto’s most engaging green infrastructure event of the year. Grey to Green 2018 will provide a forum to learn about various types of green infrastructures and their importance in our cities, and you can see all of what is on offer at the conference through the Conference Program, now online! Plan your time at Grey to Green and be sure to take advantage of all the tours, training and networking. Also, be sure to take advantage of the Trade Show, FREE and open to the public on May 16th from 2pm - 6pm! Registration for the conference is still available!
Green infrastructure has a tremendous range of benefits to offer our communities and yet it continues to be underepresented, underfunded and underutilized by governments around North America.
The Grey to Green Conference features the latest research, industry developments, and end-users to share, learn and network. Attend concurrent sessions and networking events with industry leaders, attend training courses and workshops, and participate in tours across the GTA.
Living Green Infrastructure such as urban forests, wetlands, green roofs, and walls has so much to offer our communities but continues to be underutilized and underfunded by governments across North America. Grey to Green 2018, taking place in Toronto, ON from May 15-16, will highlight new policy, research, design practices, and innovative products in the green infrastructure sector. Don’t miss Toronto’s most engaging green infrastructure event of the year!
Grey to Green 2018 is Supported by the Following Sponsoring Organizations
City of Toronto, Deeproot, DIALOG, Ducks Unlimited, Federation of Canadian Municipalities, Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation, Ginkgo Sustainability, Green Infrastructure Ontario, Gro-Bark, Hydrotech Membrane Corporation, Landscape Ontario, LiveRoof, Next Level Stormwater Management, Ontario Association of Landscape Architects, STEP, TD Bank