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        live in Dorval!

It’s great to
        live in Dorval!

ENVIRONMENT

Bees

The City of Dorval hosts, in the area north of the Westwood Sports Centre, two beehives that are fenced in. By the end of the growing season, the bees have produced honey thanks to the flowers grown in the community gardens and in the area. This honey is extracted separately so that the City can create its own, personalized honey jars, with the unique taste of Dorval’s flowers.

The beehives are maintained by an experienced beekeeper, who helps them remain healthy, while the bees help to green the area around the hive.

  • Arboretum
    Arboretum
    Batteries (Recycling)
    Batteries (Recycling)
    Community Gardens
    Community Gardens
    Dorval’s Environment Committee
    Dorval’s Environment Committee
    Ecocentres
    Ecocentres
    Ecological Gardening
    Ecological Gardening
    Emerald Ash Borer
    Emerald Ash Borer
    Environmental Nuisances
    Environmental Nuisances
    Environmental Subsidies
    Environmental Subsidies
    Green Line
    Green Line
    Purple Martins at Valois Park
    Purple Martins at Valois Park
    Reuse
    Reuse
    Street Lighting
    Street Lighting
    Tips and Tricks
    Tips and Tricks
    Tree Planting
    Tree Planting
    Various Waste Pickups
    Various Waste Pickups
    Water
    Water
    Watering
    Watering
    Wood Burning
    Wood Burning
    ENVIRONMENT

    Bees

    The City of Dorval hosts, in the area north of the Westwood Sports Centre, two beehives that are fenced in. By the end of the growing season, the bees have produced honey thanks to the flowers grown in the community gardens and in the area. This honey is extracted separately so that the City can create its own, personalized honey jars, with the unique taste of Dorval’s flowers.

    The beehives are maintained by an experienced beekeeper, who helps them remain healthy, while the bees help to green the area around the hive.

  • Arboretum
    Arboretum
    Batteries (Recycling)
    Batteries (Recycling)
    Community Gardens
    Community Gardens
    Dorval’s Environment Committee
    Dorval’s Environment Committee
    Ecocentres
    Ecocentres
    Ecological Gardening
    Ecological Gardening
    Emerald Ash Borer
    Emerald Ash Borer
    Environmental Nuisances
    Environmental Nuisances
    Environmental Subsidies
    Environmental Subsidies
    Green Line
    Green Line
    Purple Martins at Valois Park
    Purple Martins at Valois Park
    Reuse
    Reuse
    Street Lighting
    Street Lighting
    Tips and Tricks
    Tips and Tricks
    Tree Planting
    Tree Planting
    Various Waste Pickups
    Various Waste Pickups
    Water
    Water
    Watering
    Watering
    Wood Burning
    Wood Burning

    Bees

    The City of Dorval hosts, in the area north of the Westwood Sports Centre, two beehives that are fenced in. By the end of the growing season, the bees have produced honey thanks to the flowers grown in the community gardens and in the area. This honey is extracted separately so that the City can create its own, personalized honey jars, with the unique taste of Dorval’s flowers.

    The beehives are maintained by an experienced beekeeper, who helps them remain healthy, while the bees help to green the area around the hive.

  • Arboretum
    Arboretum
    Batteries (Recycling)
    Batteries (Recycling)
    Community Gardens
    Community Gardens
    Dorval’s Environment Committee
    Dorval’s Environment Committee
    Ecocentres
    Ecocentres
    Ecological Gardening
    Ecological Gardening
    Emerald Ash Borer
    Emerald Ash Borer
    Environmental Nuisances
    Environmental Nuisances
    Environmental Subsidies
    Environmental Subsidies
    Green Line
    Green Line
    Purple Martins at Valois Park
    Purple Martins at Valois Park
    Reuse
    Reuse
    Street Lighting
    Street Lighting
    Tips and Tricks
    Tips and Tricks
    Tree Planting
    Tree Planting
    Various Waste Pickups
    Various Waste Pickups
    Water
    Water
    Watering
    Watering
    Wood Burning
    Wood Burning
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