Sylvia Jones has worked across party lines to support environmental legislation since entering the provincial legislature in 2007. In 2016, she co-sponsored a bill with Liberal MPP and GreenPAC endorsee Arthur Potts to promote local farming and craft cider production. In 2017, she co-sponsored the Organic Products Act with New Democrat MPP and GreenPAC endorsee Peter Tabuns, to establish a provincial organic standard and expand the market for organic food. She also introduced bills to promote recycling and ensure that Ontarians are informed when untreated or partially treated sewage enters their local waterways. Sylvia is a member of Ontario Nature, financially supported the Bruce Trail Conservancy’s land acquisition program, and has been a member of a Community Supported Agriculture farm for eight years.