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Seed Saving Garden Work Bee

Come lend a hand up at the Shuswap Community Teaching Garden to prepare the NEW Seed Saving Garden! Sunday, April 14th from 10-12pm.
Sue Moore, our resident organic farmer and educator says “There is no food security without seed security.” Learning to successfully save your own seeds means having the ability to produce your own food in the future — food for you AND for the community!
Tutorial starting at 10am
Work Bee at 10:30-12pm.
* Washroom on-site thanks to Reliable Septic
* No Water on-site yet so please bring a water bottle.
* Tools available but you would need to bring your own work gloves.
* No green thumb necessary. Children’s play area on-site though supervision is needed.
Have seeds to share? Bring them along. It’s a great opportunity to try out new varieties.
There is a lot to know about saving seeds and so this will provide a tutorial with the basics, offer Q&A PLUS hands-on action to solidify the knowledge! It also really helps us grow food for our community!

Spring has Sprung Work Bee

It’s time to prep the garden beds with compost and have them ready for seeding and planting! We want to grow thousands of pounds of produce to share with our community this season. Come learn with us and lend a hand to grow this beautiful garden. 
Composting Tutorial with Shandee Rose 10am
Work Bee in the Garden 10:30-1:00pm
We’ll provide refreshments and snacks and there’s seeds to take home too.
Families and children encouraged.
 
* Washroom on-site thanks to Reliable Septic
* Please bring a water bottle.
* Tools available
* No green thumb necessary. Children’s play area on-site though supervision is needed.
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