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Seedy Saturday in Prince George - Feb 24, 2018

Seedy Saturday in Prince George - Feb 24, 2018

We are super excited about Seedy Saturday in Prince George, at a new venue this year, offering more space for us to "spread our seed" - just be sure we're not spreading invasives!

NWIPC will have a display, and there are some great presenters throughout the day. 

 

 

PRINCE GEORGE ANNUAL SEEDY SATURDAY

DATE:                                 FEBRUARY 24th, 2018

TIME:                                  Event: 10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

                                           Set-Up: 9 a.m.

LOCATION:                        Aboriginal Housing Society

                                           1919-17th Avenue

ADMISSION:                      By donation

 

PRESENTATION SCHEDULE:

 

10:30 a.m.   Eco-Gardening with Karen Hong

Gardeners are land stewards and with greater awareness, we can play a positive role in the fostering a healthier environment and more resilient community.

11:30 a.m.  On the Garlic Trial Trail with John Orlowsky

From scapes to bulbils, we will find out what the trials are telling the researchers.

12:00 p.m.  Lunch - Bring your own plate/bowl/cutlery/mug, Lunch concession provided by Sassafras Savouries

12:30 p.m.  Propagation Techniques with Grace Morrice

Find out what you need and how to make more plants in a small space.

1:30 p.m.  Nutrient Imbalances and Mineralization with Wendy McRae

What are your plants telling you?  Find out and learn about mineralization.

2:30 p.m.  Garden Gleanings from sage, Pete Amyoony

Fifty years of learning from plants, condensed into an hour! 

 

INFO:                    Jovanka at 250-564-3859 or jovanka@netbistro.com

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