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The End of the Ride

It is with sadness that we announce that The Otesha Project is no longer financially sustainable and will be closing effective December 31st, 2015.

Since 2002, Otesha has grown from a grassroots idea into a national, youth-led charitable organization that uses experiential learning, theater and bicycle tours to engage and empower Canadians of all ages to take action for a more equitable and sustainable world. In that time, Otesha has run 39 cycling and performing tours throughout Canada, with over 500 tour participants, reaching more than 160,000 audience members along the way, and even expanded into the UK, Australia and the Philippines.

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Notes From The Road: Pedal to Plate Tour Entry 2 - Clear Skies, Playing with Knives, and Drinking Ciders

Entry 2: Clear skies, playing with knives and drinking ciders

By: Amanda Lewis

Day 2

Wood-fire oven

Our first day waking up as a group!

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The Greenest Chef

Do you have an appetite for green & sustainable lifestyle choices? Then join us at the "The Greenest Chef" event in Toronto this Sunday, August 18th

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The Greenest Chef

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Do you have an appetite for green & sustainable lifestyle choices? Then join us at the "Greenest Chef" event in Toronto! 

In welcoming back our Pedal to Plate bike tour team and supporting our local farmers, The Otesha Project will be hosting a friendly competition between two chefs to see who can make the most delicious dish in the most sustainable way. And guess what? YOU get to be the judge!

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Notes From The Road: Entry 1

PdPT membersBy Frank Iacobucci and Kayla Siefried
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