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March 14, 2018
Linda Wall, educated at Lakehead University in the Forestry Program, Board Director MHA Area 6 and member of the St. James Horticultural Society, presents Bats and Cutworms: What They Have in Common.
Plot registration deadline for current gardeners is March 20. Folks on waiting list will be notified shortly thereafter. Questions? Check: Garden Rental Plots or contact Sophia at email@example.com.
How deep can you plant your tomato and pepper seedlings when transplanting? Completely bury them up to their first true leaves and they should generate additional roots quite quickly.
November 12, 2014 Regular meeting
Natalie Elizabeth from Edible Alchemy: Fermentation Skill Share will be facilitating an interactive exploration into the fascinating world of fermentation. Learn how this ancient technique of food preservation can be used to improve health, rediscover cultural traditions and deepen connections with the natural world around us. In this one hour session we will talk about the science behind these transformations and tips for incorporating these living foods into your diet. Starter cultures like yogurt, ginger soda, water kefir and kombucha as well as artful, informative booklets will be available for sale."