Mulberry Waldorf School, Kingston (2012)
Host: Hearthmakers Energy Cooperative (currently known as Red Squirrel Conservation Services)
Area depaved: 350 meters squared
About: This was Canada's first official Depave Paradise event, where the cracked parking lot at the Mulberry Waldorf School was turned into play space and educational space for the students. It also doubled as a training event for others who went on to depave themselves in communities across Ontario.
Photos: Liz Cooper
Depave Paradise Training, Kingston - hosted by Hearthmakers Energy Cooperative
Watch Hearthmakers Energy Cooperative & the Mulberry Waldorf School as they Depave Paradise. (Credit: Melissa Nakhavoly, CKWS)