• Who WE are

    The LSLA empowers and inspires our community to foster meaningful and diverse relationships through connected and sustainable initiatives.

     

    The LSLA Mission provides opportunities for sharing, collaboration, and support of personal and collective journeys in the various aspects of sustainable living:

    * Food and clothing

    * Housing and Lifestyles

    * Community and Family

    * Connection and Health

    * Nature and Personal Growth

     

    The LSLA values:

    * Education on sustainable lifestyles and practices

    * A solid sense of community and meaningful relationships

    * Connection to individuals, local initiatives, and businesses

    * A supportive CORE- space to inspire invitations for personal change

    * Inclusivity, accessibility and practicality for all individuals

     

    Sustainable Living

    Sustainable, Regenerative,Inclusive, Whole, Creative,Collaborative, Connected

    The Lethbridge Sustainable Living Association (LSLA) is a non-profit society that was started in 2012. A group of pioneers came together recognizing a need in Lethbridge and surrounding area for a group of sustainably minded individuals to start addressing problems in the area of food production, ecologically sound building practices, local currencies and sustainable energy matters. The original goal of this group was to create an egalitarian Eco Village. Over time, the group has expanded and grown.

     

    Today, the LSLA, is focusing on the following initiatives:

    * Permaculture Lethbridge

    * The Fruit Rescue Program

    * The Community Clothing Swap

    * Zero Waste

    * Apple Fest Celebrations

    * Urban Hens YQL Initiative  

     

    The LSLA founded its ever expanding "flagship" event, Apple Fest in 2012 and this event has been going strong ever since. Apple Fest celebrations continued until 2018 when the current board of the time re-envisioned how to reach the public and spread the word about local fruit and sustainable food harvest a little more. During the summer of 2018 and onward, the LSLA chose to do several public and private juicing events. Partnering with other business and non profits, the LSLA was able to harvest, juice, preserve and distribute 100's of liters of juice and 1000's of pounds of fruit within Lethbridge.

     

    The Fruit Rescue Program can be seen all year round at a variety of events in the community. The summer is packed full of opportunities for everyone to join in the picking and juicing events. During the winter you can find our juice for sale as a fundraiser for the next season.

     

    In 2014 the LSLA took under its wing, the Lethbridge Urban Farming Guild. This is our present day Permaculture Lethbridge. Permaculture Lethbridge has been responsible for numerous workshops, tours and events in the areas of community garden development, herb spiral building, composting and soil building. This arm of the LSLA is taking off in a BIG and global way! Currently, PL is hosting a monthly social gathering in which participants are gathering in an informal way to watch documentaries, book swap, share information, plan other projects and create more community.

     

    The LSLA has been hosting 4 times per year, a Community clothing swap. We take donations of gently used clothes and shoes and offer a space for people to come "shopping". This event is always inclusive, family friendly and FREE.

     

    We believe that there is no reason to have to buy all clothes and want to keep as many items from the landfills as possible. At the end of each event, the leftover clothes are used for upcoming re purposed workshops and local charities who are in need of specific items. It is the intention of the LSLA to continue with this quarterly event moving forward.

     

    Zero Waste Lethbridge is really just an extension of the SAZW community that was founded on Facebook by Camille Strate. Since Camille's re location out of Lethbridge, the LSLA has worked hard to maintain opportunities for the community to learn and grow. the LSLA has offered many workshops and hands on skill shares in the area of rescuing our waste. This includes tours of local businesses and organizations who are working hard to do the same.

     

    The LSLA empowers and inspires our community to foster meaningful and diverse relationships through connected and sustainable initiatives.

     

    The LSLA Mission provides opportunities for sharing, collaboration, and support of personal and collective journeys in the various aspects of sustainable living:

    * Food and clothing

    * Housing and Lifestyles

    * Community and Family

    * Connection and Health

    * Nature and Personal Growth

     

    The LSLA values:

    * Education on sustainable lifestyles and practices

    * A solid sense of community and meaningful relationships

    * Connection to individuals, local initiatives, and businesses

    * A supportive CORE- space to inspire invitations for personal change

    * Inclusivity, accessibility and practicality for all individuals


    We are looking for those people who recognize the importance of connection, diversity, and sustainable/regenerative practices in all areas of "life" . If you have a skill or interest to share with the group, would like to keep informed about what's "going on" in the Lethbridge and area or of you find any of what has been shared here to be important to you....please connect with us.

  • Our Board

    A Diverse and knowledgable group of committed folks

    2018/2019 Board of Directors

    Mandy Sandbach: President mandysandbachlsla@gmail.com ( 2019/2020 second year of a two year term)

    Jennifer Tarnowsky : Vice President ( 2019/2020) first year of a two year term)

    Loryn Plante: Treasurer lslatreasurer39@gmail.com ( 2019/2020) first year of a two year term)

    Shannon Fleming :Secretary ( 2019/2020) second year of a two year term)

     

    General Board members 2019/2020:

    Peter Wynnychuk
    William Ramp
    Mark Sander
    Bobbi Farrell

    Dil Jopp

    Andrew McNaughton

     

    (director positions are one year terms)

     

     

  • Events in our community

    This is your first stop for all events and collaborations

     Backyard Edible Forest Garden 2 Day workshop

     Join Mandy Sandbach of SOULfully SOIL for a Hands-on workshop weekend a the the beautiful Helen Schuler Nature Center

     Learn how to create & execute a design for your own Backyard Edible Forest Garden.

    Participants will dive into the world of Food Forestry & permaculture and learn how to create long standing, abundant, perennial food systems right at home.

    The 2-day workshop will cover all aspects of growing an edible oasis including: Water harvesting techniques, how to grow healthy SOIL’s, Companion planting & guild building, plant identification & selection, continued care as your gardens grow, site work pre & post installation, and community/ environmental implications.

    This series will take participants out into two diverse environments to learn & observe in a real way, what Edible Forest Gardening can produce. Edible Forest Gardening designs can be adapted for small & large scales. They are an excellent choice for both urban and rural settings.

    Each day will include an outdoor tour, please dress for the weather. Some off-site visits within Lethbridge will require reliable transportation

    $180 - Early Bird before Sept 22

    $220 - If you sign up after Sept 22

    Ages 16+ | Call to register: 403-320-3064

    This workshop can be covered by the City of Lethbridge’ Fee Assistance Program for individuals who qualify.

    *Masks will be required inside the building

    LSLA Annual General Meeting ONLINE

    Sunday Ocotber 25th, 2020 630 pm

     

    Please join the LSLA for their Annual General Meeting. Due to the uncertainty of the near fall future, the LSLA will be planning to host their AGM online this year.

    The meeting will begin at 630 pm and the zoom link will be provided to those people registered.

    We would like to invite those of you interested in a more sustainable way of living to join us during the AGM and get a sense of what we are up to, what we are creating and where we are headed. The LSLA board members will be looking to vote for a new president and secretary this year and if you are interested in participating or have more questions, please feel free to email lethbridgesustainableliving@gmail.com

    If you are interested in joining our board, please feel free to reach out to Mandy Sandbach at mandysandbachlsla@gmail.com

    the board commitment is very low and only requires you to participate in those ways that feel deeply supportive and meaningful for you.

    This years meeting will include the voting in of our newly completed Bylaws and budget.

    To become a member of the LSLA, and have voting rights, you can do so by going to our websitehttp://www.lethbridgesustainableliving.org/ or sending an email to lslatreasurer39@gmail.com

    Any questions or concerns please reach out. We hope to be back to hosting our " in person" community events very soon

    How to extend your growing season here in the North

    Thursday September 24th, 2020 ONLINE

     

    Are you interested in upping your growing game here in the NORTH? Join Mandy Sandbach of SOULfully SOIL to learn about a variety of techniques on how to extend your northern growing season. Mandy will walk you thru several different growing techniques and how to build very low tech solutions to your season extending growing. These tried and true techniques will allow you and your family to eat fresh locally grown produce until Christmas here in Southern Alberta Canada. This knowledge will increase your personal and community sufficiency as well as your food security. These are fun and easy ways to get more out of your gardens. Join us online in the Zoom format for a community centred, inclusive gathering to learn more about how to increase and elongate your growing potential.

     

    This workshop requires pre registration and zoom information will be shared with participants once the payment has been received. The workshop will be recorded for later viewing by participants. Payment for this workshop is by donation with a suggested minimum of $15 . This payment can be made by email transfer to soulfullysoil@gmail.com or online at www.soulfullysoil.ca 

    Putting your garden bed for success

    September 30th, 2020 ONLINE

    Do you get to the end of the growing season and wonder what to do with all that plant matter? Do you wonder how best to protect your precious SOIL ecosystem? What to do for the pollinators and decomposers? Join Mandy Sandbach of SOULfully SOIL on a journey to put our gardens to bed for Success.

     

    Mandy will walk you through considerations for putting your gardens to bed. What to do in order to support healthy SOILS, insects, pollinator friends, and prevent against SOIL erosion. Believe it or not, you can continue to build the SOIL health and ecology during the winter depending on how you put your beds to “sleep”. How you put your gardens to sleep in the fall will inform the health and vitality of your gardens in the spring. Please come and share in this community Knowledge sharing.

     

    This class will be offered in an online Zoom format and will be available for replay for those who participants who register. Pre registration in required and the zoom link will be provided once the workshop has been paid for. The fee for this workshop is by donation with a suggestion minimum donation of $15. This payment can be made by sending an email transfer to soulfullysoil@gmail.com or by purchasing online at www.soulfullysoil.ca .

    Permaculture Lethbridge Monthly Gatherings

    Next Gathering: *** in person gatherings are postponed for the foreseeable future...please check back here as times passes for updates***

     

    The Lethbridge Sustainable Living Association will be hosting monthly gatherings for those called to create a vibrant and active Permaculture Lethbridge.
     
    Each month we will gather to experience or learn a specific idea, workshop, skill, share,or documentary. Members are invited to come and enjoy the environment of like minded people in search of ways to expand a permaculture mindset in our community here in Lethbridge.

    This group will create the foundation for future permaculture and regenerative projects in our community, community garden support and skills/education/knowledge sharing. If you have an idea or skill to share please contact Mandy Sandbach at mandysandbachlsla@gmail.com to chat details.

    March’s gathering is still an open canvass....If you would like to see something specific or have somethings to offer... please reach out with some ideas and we can get a consensus for those interested. These gatherings are informal social events designed to grow community and gain clarity on how Permaculture Lethbridge could move and support the sustainable movement here in Lethbridge. They are always inclusive and require no fees.

    Please watch this event page as information is updated each month. If there are changes or additions to the times and locations....You will find them here first.

    If you intend to be present for the event...It is helpful for coordinators to have you mark yourself as “going”.

     

    LSLA Clothing swap

    The next clothing swap date will be .. *** in person gatherings are postponed for the foreseeable future...please check back here as times passes for updates*** WE ARE CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR 2-3 MORE FOLKS TO HELP ORGANIZE THE CLOTHING SWAPS FOR THE 2020/2021 seasons. Please contact Dil

    The LSLA will be offering another clothing event for the community . The clothing swaps will be held at the Fish and Game Hut located at 9 Avenue and 10 Street South in Lethbridge. Across from Urban Grocer.

     

    You can donate clothing

    You can take clothing

    You can take and donate.

     

    This is a FREE Event, inclusive and family friendly.


    We will offer a clothing share four times per year. This event is free but we will always except donations on behalf of the LS LA in order to continue our work here in the community.

    If you have clothes to donate , please make sure they are cleaned, and drop off the week prior to each event

     

    Drop off can be made between the hours of 9 am-9 pm , by contacting our coordinator Dil at 403-929-4378 or attending her residence located at 408 12 a street south . If there is no one home please leave your donation on the front porch.
     

    The Events Page and all updated information can be found here

    Southern Alberta Zero Waste (SAZW)

    This is southern Alberta's connection to the Zero waste world

    Be sure to stop by the Southern Alberta Zero Waste Facebook page and follow the journey of Camille Fairbanks and other Zero Wasters right here at home. The Lethbridge Sustainable Living Association will be hosting monthly gatherings for the Zero Waste Community. We will explore making some hands on items ie. reusable tissues, watching documentaries, hosting workshops and skill sharing or whatever else the community choses.

     

    Upcoming workshop:

     

    Paused for the time being due to COVID

     



     

    Permaculture Picnics

    Summer 2020 dates will be announced here...

    Each month Permaculture Lethbridge will be hosting "Permaculture Picnic". This will be a tour of a piece of land, garden, community garden, food forest, or really neat space and having a picnic. This experience will be an informal way to gather in intentional spaces and talk all things growing, sustainable and permaculture.

    Life gets boring with too many meetings and notes....sometimes its luxurious to pick a place and show up with nothing but inspiration guiding us.

    Each month there will be a new space to showcase and everyone is invited. Please watch for addresses for picnic locations. If you have a space you want to invite us to, please feel free to contact Mandy Sandbach to make arrangements.
    This is a family friendly event unless the garden host cannot accommodate and in that case, we will make a note on the facebook page. Please bring a snack to share and your own plate/bowl/utensil.... See you there.

  • Monthly Newsletter Update

    At then beginning of every month, the LSLA sends out a newsletter with highlights and updates of events going on in Lethbridge

    September 2020 Newsletter

    Whats happening

    **The LSLA empowers and inspires our community to foster meaningful and diverse relationships through connected and sustainable initiatives.**

     

    Happy end of Summer! You are on the mailing list for the Lethbridge Sustainable Living Association.

     

    I think sometimes that we forget that summer does not end officially until September 20th, and we rush into fall. It is getting colder out and the reminder of transition is a visceral feeling every morning. The LSLA and Fruit Rescue Program (FRP) will be utilizing this opportunity to harvest all of those local frost sweetened apples!

     

    The FRP has continued on with minor adjustment and social distancing in mind and managed to defer hundreds of pounds of apples, cherries and other fruit from landfills and rotting. If you are still interested in picking or have an apple tree still in need of some attention, please reach out to our volunteers at lethbridgefruitrescue@gmail.com

     

    A HUGE thank you to Theoretically Brewing for collaborating to create our own FRP Cider Beer again this year. Watch out for this brew in the coming weeks. An equally HUGE thank you to our volunteers who helped to pick and juice 380 lbs of apple juice this past weekend. No easy thing!

     

    The LSLA is gearing up for our Annual General Meeting happening ONLINE this year Sunday October 25th, 2020 630 pm. In order to vote, you must hold a current membership and this can be done by heading to our website. To register for the AGM, go to our FB page and be sure to register. 

     

    This years AGM we will be voting on our new and current bylaw changes as well as the position of President and Secretary. As always ,we are looking for enthusiastic, sustainably minded folks to join our board as a general member. You can make your desire or interest known by sending an email to lethbridgesustainableliving@gmail.com.

     

    We are in search of 2 new folks excited about our Community Clothing Swaps to join our team to help organize and set up on the day of the events. We are only doing the swaps 4 times per year and the commitment is minimal. If you are interested in donating some time, you can email Dil at diljopp@lsla@gmail.com for more information.

     

    The last BIG bit of news is that we have welcomed the Urban Hens YQL group as a committee of the LSLA! WE are currently looking at the best ways to reach out, share information and move forward this initiative within the city. If you have an interest in helping the committee and informing the next steps, please feel free to send a FB message to the group.

     

    There are a few sustainable related workshops in the near future:

     

    Learn how to make applesauce and pie filling with the FRP and the Interfaith Food Bank Tuesday September 15th in person and recorded for later viewing

    lethbridgefruitrescue@gmail.com

     

    Practical Seed Saving 101: September 14th 630 pm https://www.facebook.com/events/246845013172159

     

    How to extend your growing season in the North September 24th ONLINE

    https://www.facebook.com/events/345375240203603

     

    Putting your gardens to bed for success September 30th ONLINE

    https://www.facebook.com/events/1020764818441319

     

    Helen Schuler Nature Center and Mandy Sandbach of SOULfully SOIL are proud to offer you a 2 day comprehensive, hands on, how to create your own Edible Forest Garden Workshop

    Save the date.. October 3/4 2020 930-430 pm

    registration details will follow on the website

     

    Thank you for your ongoing support and as always...if there is something that you need in relation to your sustainable journey, please feel free to reach out. We would love to help.

     

    Lethbridge Sustainable Living Association Board

     

     

     

  • Community Blog

    This BLOG area is open for all members of the LSLA. If you have your own BLOG that is in alignment with out principals, please feel free to contact us to add it here....

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  • Lethbridge Fruit Rescue Program

    Where sustainability and Harvest meet in community

    Please note some changes coming for the FRP in the 2020 season due to COVID 19 and social distancing requirements

     

    The 2020 Fruit Rescue year will have additional safety requirements to keep fruit pickers and tree owners safe and prevent possible spread of Covid-19.

     

    1. People who wish to pick fruit and tree owners must follow all social distancing mandates as outlined by the provincial government.

     

    2. All pickers must attend a session (through zoom video conference) to go over the new requirements and proper picking etiquette before going out to pick apples or other fruit.

     

    3. There will be a limit placed on the number of people allowed in a yard, depending on the size of the tree and yard. For an average sized city yard the maximum number of pickers will be 5 plus 1 leader.

     

    4. Pickers must maintain a distance of at least 2 meters from others at all times.

     

    5. Pickers are encouraged to bring their own facemasks, gloves, and hand sanitizer to the picking venue. There will be masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer available if you do not have these items yourself.

     

    6. Any fruit picking items you bring, such as stepladders, buckets, bags and boxes, must be handled by only you.

     

    7. Any equipment borrowed from the FRP (such as ladders) must be sanitized between individual use.

     

    Please note that ALL volunteers will be required to attend a short 1 hour online training PRIOR to picking. If you are interested in picking this season, please send an email to our coordinator at lethbridgefruitrescue@gmail.com with the caption "training" to book your own training session

     

     

    There will be several more private events going on during the season. If you are interested in being a picker, volunteer, want apples/juice, please send your wishes in an email to the Fruit Rescue email at lethbridgefruitrescue@gmail.com

     

     

  • Permaculture lethbridge

    Living in a conscious and co-creative community that welcomes diversity, knowledge sharing, earth and people centred experience. Interconnection is fostered and encouraged for resilience.

    Permaculture Lethbridge: Who we are...

    Lethbridge Permaculture is an arm of the Lethbridge Sustainable Living Association.

    Formerly known as the "Lethbridge Urban Farming Guild", Permaculture Lethbridge seeks to educate, empower, evoke, create and connect with people in all ways of Sustainable and Regenerative initiatives that further develop and strengthen the resilience of our communities and their food, water and housing systems.

    The word "Permaculture" means many things to many people and may be foreign to some still. Permaculture is not just a "growing technique" or way to "farm", but a way to move through and see our world differently. Permaculture addresses nature and our role in "it":Not separate from but rather interconnected with.

    "Permaculture is Applied Science and Ecology; Ethical design of human systems for a sustainable future. It offers practical solutions to the global environmental and cultural crises we now face.

    Permaculture (Permanent Culture) is the conscious design and co-creative evolution of agriculturally productive ecosystems and cooperative and economically just social systems which have the diversity, stability and resilience of 'natural' systems. It is the harmonious integration of landscape and people providing their food, energy, shelter and other material and non-material needs in a sustainable way. " Dan Hemenway

    As Permaculture Lethbridge, we strive to connect in meaningful and open ways in order to create shared learning opportunities that lead to regenerative local/ethically sound food growing practices, community, water and shelter. We do this by hosting a variety of workshops, tours, and events that are accessible both financially and locationally.

    We partner with local experts to provide an educational and hands on approach to learning... how else to do this "human" thing. Our relationships in the community are what creates this diverse web of knowledge and in a world that has supported isolation over community....relationship becomes paramount when considering our uncertain future.

    We support all forms of growth being Urban farming,SPIN (Small plot intensive) farming, market gardening, community gardens, food forestry, self reliant food storage methods, cooperative food purchasing, alternate currency strategies and anything not mentioned here that is inclusive and earth based.

    We are looking for those people who recognize the importance of connection, diversity, and sustainable/regenerative practices in all areas of "life" . If you have a skill or interest to share with the group, would like to keep informed about what's "going on" in the Lethbridge and area or of you find any of what has been shared here to be important to you....please connect with us.
     

    To contact Permaculture Lethbridge you can email: permaculturelethbridge@gmail.com

    or find us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/220308788142347/

     

  • Lethbridge Fruit Rescue Cookbook Fundraiser

    The Lethbridge Fruit Rescue is looking to create a Southern Alberta Local Fruit Cookbook and are looking for submission

     Fruit Rescue program is creating a Sustainable "Cookbook" to utilize all of the abundant fruit that is diverted

     Calling community members to share their favourite, tried and true recipes with the FRP for its first ever, cookbook.

     

    It has been very clear that we need a follow up for what to do with the abundance of Fruit we collect each year in Southern Alberta. So... we are making you a cookbook!

    We are looking for our community to share their favorite tried and true recipes. Do you have grammas favorite cherry pie recipe on your shelf? We would love to have it and share it with our community.

    The deadlines for submissions is December 31, 2020. See the information below and be sure to get your entry in soon. The Cookbook committee will meet in early April to decided which recipes to use. If you would like to volunteer to help, please contact Mandy Sandbach for more details or email lfrcooking@gmail.com.

    LSLA cookbook – call for recipes

    We are looking for ‘tried and true’ recipes to go into our 2021 fundraising Fruit Rescue cookbook! See the attached recipe as an example template to follow. We need recipes for all fruits that grow in Southern Alberta. Categories include: juices, jams, preserves/chutneys, baking, desserts or other ways you use fruits in your cooking.

     

    ***Please note that we do not need any fruit-sauce recipes because this will be included as a section on its own.***

     

    If you have some tried and true recipes to share using fruit grown in your location, please email them (one per page) to:
    Email: lfrcooking@gmail.com

     

    Subject line: LSLA cookbook/(fruit type) recipe e.g. LSLA cookbook/rhubarb recipe

     

    Deadline: December 31st, 2020

     

    Please observe the following editorial guidelines:

    1. Recipes must be submitted in MS Word format. No other formats will be accepted. Use metric or imperial measurements but not both.
    2. Recipes (one per page), must have your name, email and contact phone number. If selected by the editorial panel, only your name and location will be published.
    3. No more than 3 recipes/household may be submitted by the deadline date. We may ask for more later if we do not have enough submissions.
    4. Please do not copy directly from a cookbook. However, if you have adapted from a favorite cookbook, please mention the source.
    5. Recipe submissions will be reviewed by the editorial panel and a selection of them from each fruit type will be published.
    6. Please note that if your recipe is/are selected, that no remuneration will be given.

     

     

    If you have any questions, please contact: ( lfrcooking@gmail.com )

  • Sustainable "Housing" and Energy

    Unfolding opportunities to LIVE in community in transition...this area is being Re-Envisioned...more to come

  • Urban Hens YQL

    This section provides information and education on the Urban Hens YQL initiative to create a backyard hens pilot project here in Lethbridge. *** this section under construction...try back soon****

    Urban Hens YQL

    Local Urban Hen Advocates, enthusiasts, experts, and novices.

    The Urban Hens YQL Movement is a recent addition to the Lethbridge Sustainable Living Association's wheel house of sustainable support here in Lethbridge Alberta.

     

    We are looking for a few dedicated folks to join our Urban Hens YQL team and help with knowledge sharing and moving forward with the project, please email urbanhensyql@gmail.com

     

    Thank you

     

  • Sponsors, Donors and Community partners

    These folks are the reason that the LSLA can reach so many people in our community. Without community relationships/partnerships, we would not be successful in sharing the sustainable/regenerative message

    Environment Lethbridge

    Purple Carrot Health Foods and Wellness Inc

    Lethbridge Naturalists Society

    Oldman Watershed Council

    The Stoketown Cafe and Cure

    Creepy Cabs

    Dil Jopp at 403-929-4378

    The Owl Acoustic Lounge

    Fresh Flavor Farm

    https://www.facebook.com/freshflavorfarm/https://www.facebook.com/freshflavorfarm/

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