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Composter Construction

I am leading a project at my housing co-op to build some tumbling composters and I wonder if anyone else would like to build one (or more).…

Started by Cabot LyfordLatest Reply

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Chicken-friendly housing (again)

Hi folks, I am still interested in finding a lovely new place to live... Something bright, that would welcome me, my 4 hens and a cat...pr…

Started by Alyssa K

0 Aug 14, 2013

Chicken-friendly housing

Hi everyone, I am thinking of moving some time in the next few months... can you please keep me in mind for any places that you know of or…

Started by Alyssa K

0 Apr 12, 2013

Winter Tool Prep/Potlucks?

Hi all, What do people think of having a monthly pot luck for Grandview-Woodland (modeled after Main Street's)? I think a great theme for o…

Started by Alyssa K

1 Nov 21, 2012
Reply by Jason Mertz

STRAW

Hi everyone, I'm trying to organize a new straw buying co-op to get chicken bedding to East Van. Of course, it is also fall mulching season…

Started by Alyssa K

9 Nov 19, 2012
Reply by Alyssa K

Large Worm Bin to a Good Home - extra worms available - and worm workshop?

Hello, I have a rather large worm bin free to a good home (or organization). It is about 2'x18"x18" tall. Has bottom drains and screened si…

Started by Alyssa K

0 Oct 27, 2012

Help start the Grandview-Woodland Seed Library!

Dear neighbours in Grandview-Woodland, aka The Drive, Have you ever used a seed library before? A seed library is something that can be as…

Started by Jordan B

0 Sep 2, 2012

*VV Backyard Chickens 101 Workshop @ Homesteader's Emporium

Time: August 3, 2012 from 7pm to 9pm Location: Vancouver Homesteader's Emporium Street: 649 East Hastings Street City/Town: Vancouver, BC V…

Started by Village Vancouver

0 Aug 2, 2012

Tilled, mulched and manured land near the Drive available to an urban farmer!

Hi all, This just came in my mailbox this morning - looks like a great opportunity for someone in our neighbourhood who is already doing ur…

Started by Jordan B

0 Apr 27, 2012

Neighbourhood Small Grants - Deadlines April 30th/May 18th

Dear Grandview-Woodlanders, Apologies for inaccurate information posted earlier with regards to Neighbourhood Small Grants - I had posted a…

Started by Jordan B

0 Mar 30, 2012

Yoga For Gardeners!

Greetings fellow Gardeners! Is your back stiff already from bending over seedlings? Are your shoulders and wrists talking to you after turn…

Started by Katrina Sterba

0 Mar 17, 2012

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