Brampton Library offers a wide range of materials, programs, and services that empower community members to reduce their carbon footprint.
Pollinator Gardening Collections, Courses, and More
Learn about pollinators and how to create a pollinator garden! With your free Brampton Library card, choose from our collection of pollinator gardening books and place holds through our catalogue. Read the FAQs to find out how to get a library card and place holds.
Gale OneFile is a one-stop resource, including full-text access to thousands of magazines, news articles, academic journals, images, and audiovisual media. Use the Gardening and Horticultural database to find relevant content on topics such as pollinator gardening, eco-friendly gardening, and more!
Gale Courses provides easy-access to over 365 six-week long courses led by expert college instructors. In the Start Your Own Edible Garden course, students will learn how to give their garden a healthy start and keep it growing all season.
Watch the documentary “Learn to Garden” for free with your Brampton Library card on Kanopy.
LinkedIn Learning is an on-demand collection of instructional videos covering the latest business, technology, and creative skills. Search “environmental sustainability” for courses such as Principles of Sustainable Development and How Tech Drives Sustainability.
Press Reader: Magazines on gardening and environmental sustainability
Read full-colour, digital versions of today's top newspapers and magazines from around the world in over 60 languages. Search the catalogue for environmental titles such as Beekeeping 101, Birds and Blooms, and National Geographic.
City of Brampton Environmental Resources
Read the City of Brampton: Supporting Pollinators.