Community Learning Garden
Saturday, March 30, 2019
140 Main Street Sundridge
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
The community of Sundridge and the surrounding area has come together to create the NNEEC Community Learning Garden. Located on the corner of Market Street and Park Street in Sundridge, planning and construction is well under way. There will be raised beds of various sizes and examples of growing methods suitable for our area.
The Community Learning Garden Project will educate, inspire and connect with a focus on producing vegetables and herbs using environmentally sustainable and accessible methods. It will contribute to an awareness of the importance and benefits of locally produced food, including health, economic and environmental.
Come and learn how you can get involved in this unique project!
10:30 -11:00 The Joy of Growing Vegetables ~ a brief history of Midlothian Valley Farm,
an organic market garden close to Burks Falls
11:30-12:00 Micro greens 101 ~ Vicki McMahon of Stonemote Cottage will explain how to grow this super-food
12:30- 1:00 Compost Tea Making ~ Learn how to make "liquid gold fertilizer"! Liz Dobinson of Whispering Pines Farm and Garden, Sundridge
1:30-2:00: Seed Starting ~ start some organic seeds for both your own and our Community Learning Garden. Learn about methods, value and timing for our region, starting organic, heirloom and locally raised seeds ~ supported by Midlothian Valley Farm
Organic Seed Exchange and Sale
Bring organic seeds in packages of 6-20 seeds, labeled for swapping. There will be organic seeds available for purchase.
Organic Gardening and
Local Food Show
Farmers and producers of healthy and sustainable products from our region
Come and grow