Programs

  • From food scrap collectors to garbage room signage - our signage toolkits are tailored to suit your needs.

    Zero Waste Heroes: Helping Minimize Event Waste

    In 1989 AWARE first formed with the mandate of outfitting the Resort Municipality of Whistler with a recycling program. AWARE continues to strive for waste reduction and started a social enterprise to help events minimize their waste to continue moving our community towards its Zero Waste Goals. The AWARE Zero

  • a-guide-to-starting-a-fall-vegetable-garden-1

    Ready, Set, GROW Whistler

    WELCOME TO GROW WHISTLER: THE COMMUNITY GREENHOUSE & GARDEN PROGRAM Whistler’s community gardening program promotes social and environmental sustainability through greenhouses and gardens which encourage community members to grow their own organic vegetables. Space is allocated to gardeners on a first come, first serve basis. Gardeners from the previous year and

  • talking

    Green Talks

    Green talks invites environmental experts to speak on sustainability issues such as waste, energy and water management, community gardening, wetland conservation, invasive species, and climate change. Green Talks exposes people to new ideas, promotes the growth of sustainable community and expands dialogue surrounding anything and everything green. Check AWARE’s event calendar to find

  • AWARE-Kids-Club

    Kids Nature Club

    The AWARE Kid’s Nature Club has been educating local and visiting youth about all things environmental since 2007. The Nature Club is held on the last Sunday of each month, from 10am – 11:30am at the Whistler Public Library.

  • 1521624_579492392140128_851610081_n

    Green Drinks

    Green Drinks is a monthly get together for like-minded folk to talk about anything and everything green. These events invite unstructured and open discussions, chats, debates and socializing, while connecting people who are passionate about the natural environment. Green Drinks is held the first Wednesday of each month at Blacks