As a young woman of eighteen, I went treeplanting on the BC coast with Kelly Contracting (Brian Kelly) in Knight Inlet and the Heiber River outside of Gold River. Hired by my stepfather - my main job was cook for a vegetarian crew, although I did spend a few days in the hills planting. We … Continue reading Remembering – Knight Inlet 1977
There’s nothing like home grown and if you’re not up to the growing why not let someone else! http://www.timescolonist.com/life/Growing+produce+down+farm+just+down+block/5092278/story.html
What every school should be teaching - Urban Agriculture Kudos to Gord Trousdell
Sharing Food and Knowledge Forum Everyone Welcome ~ This event is Free and Open to the public http://web.uvic.ca/ocbr/node/931#attachments
April 30th – May 1st from 9am to 4pm A wide range of plants are for sale including unique shrubs and perennials, propagated from the Glendale Gardens collections, vegetable starts, tomatoes and herbs.
And the planning begins. According to West Coast Seeds planting chart it’s time to think about oriental greens, radishes and broad beans. While you can purchase a poster online, their free gardening guide available locally includes planting charts for vegetables, herbs and flowers. Visit the site – I’ve been ordering online for several years - … Continue reading At last … the first blooms of spring
New word for today “Rurbalization” … Greening—and feeding—the city with a ‘garden block’ | Grist