The Shuswap Community Teaching Garden engages new learners, as well as seasoned gardeners, in the art of growing food! We work together to grow an abundance of naturally-grown produce to share with local food banks and volunteers. The garden is in its 8th season in partnership with Shuswap Family Centre and Second Harvest.
The Garden is open from dawn til dusk every day and registered volunteers gain access to shared tools and the weekly newsletter to know upcoming tasks and events. It is located at 5921 30th St NE (North Broadview) with parking. City Bus routes can stop outside the garden upon request. A portable toilet is kindly provided by Reliable Septic through the season.
Special thanks goes to our supporters, Buckerfield’s & Reliable Septic Services. We also thank Watson’s for their donation of gloves for volunteers, Reimer’s Farm Service for soil and Salmon Arm Ready Mix for play sand for children!
The garden is under mentorship by Sue Moore, prior owner and farmer of Notch Hill Organic Farm and Nursery, as well as Elmarie Roberts, Permaculture educator and Work Bee leader. They are available to answer questions and provide direction. Sue also sell bedding plants and perennials available through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to become involved, contact Melanie at email@example.com!
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org for workshop details and registration info.
Most Work Bee days or workshops are weather dependent so check back often for updates.
Want to get a garden started?
This in-depth presentation will cover the WHY to grow your own, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN and HOW!