Vancouver's Leader in Transition toward Strong, Resilient, Complete Communities
Time: June 3, 2017 from 4pm to 6pm
Location: Strathcona Park Field House
Street: 857 Malkin Ave. The fieldhouse is in the only building in Strathcona Park. It's located across the street from Discovery Organics, just N of Chess, 150 ft. E of Hawks, close to the W entrance to Cottonwood Community Garden, the tennis courts & restrooms.
Phone: Register below or with email@example.com by 5 pm Friday, June 2nd
Event Neighbourhood and Type: strathcona, workshop, field house, organic gardening, grow local, eldergreens
Organized By: Ross Moster (VV Neighbourhood Food Networks), and Rhiannon Johnson
Latest Activity: Jun 2, 2017
NEW DATE/TIME: Sunday, June 11 10 am - noon
Village Vancouver ElderGreens presents this workshop covering the basics of planning, preparing and starting a food garden, with an emphasis on summer growing. You'll learn some simple techniques from Rhiannon Johnson for starting plants indoors and in the garden, tailored to your space. Be rewarded with the taste of freshly grown veggies this season! We'll have a VV Community Seed Library present where you can take, swap or donate seeds.
Cost: $0-10 suggested donation. Free for Seniors (50 and over).
Register (by 5 pm Friday, June 2nd): with firstname.lastname@example.org or online http://www.villagevancouver.ca/events/introduction-to-organic-gardening-4.
Our healthy, local food residency at the Strathcona Park Field House offers a variety of affordable food and community based programming at the fieldhouse, Strathcona Community Centre, and elsewhere.
Organized and led by seniors, VV ElderGreens brings seniors, youth and others together to share food & gardening skills and wisdom through workshops and other activities. All ages welcome, please contact us if you're interested in getting involved.
This event is part of Village Vancouver's Building Community Food Security and Resilience Project. This project is made possible by the BC Ministry of Agriculture's Grow Local program. We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Agriculture.