Do you have any surplus produce you could give to Cedarbrae Community
Gardeners who suffered serious garden damage? There was an unfortunate
incident of vandalism and some gardeners lost all their crops. A small gift
of fresh vegetables or herbs would help them deal with this heartbreaking
Drop by Cedarbrae’s Harvest / Garden windup events:
Sat. 25th, 10:00am-4:00pm,garden clean up/ potluck at 2:00pm.
Sun. 26th, noon – 4:00pm,complete clean up, enjoy a coffee warm up.
Tomorrow there will be an open house in the up stairs of the Cedarbrae community center celebrating the Garden. It will run from 12-4 pm. You will be to tour the garden plots and learn about renting your own.
SPRING IS IN THE AIR!
Welcome gardeners! Please come out and attend our garden committee meeting! We will meet in the back room (skate room), Coffee and Tea, and treats provided!
March 25th,2010, 4:30pm-6:30pm
Our agenda will be informal, however, having said that, we do need to talk about our plans for our garden event which will be held May 1st.
The Community Garden Resource Network is happy to let you know about an upcoming event Friday February 5… please share with people you think might be interested…
“FOOD, Inc.” is one of the scariest movies in recent years. The New York Times calls it “an informative, often infuriating activist documentary about the big business of feeding, (force-feeding) Americans all the junk that multinational corporate money can buy”.
If you want to know why many of us are seeking out nearby organic food sources and enjoying our home gardens, come join us at the Unitarian church on Friday Night, February 5th at 6:30 for a light supper
*FOOD, Inc* screening starting at 7:00 PM.
Free parking available in the Balmoral School lot next door.
The Green Sanctuary Committee and Community Garden
Unitarian Church of Calgary
The 1st Calgary Permaculture Community Group Meeting
January 9, 2010 at 7:00PM
Marlborough Community Centre
636 Marlborough Way NE (near Marlborough Mall)
What is Permaculture?
Permaculture is a holistic, systems approach to designing sustainable human habitat that meets the needs of human while harmonizing with ecology. It is a positive, enabling approach to designing for our current and future realities.
- Have an interest in positive solutions to sustainability issues?
- Know the word “permaculture” and want to learn more?
- Like bottom-up and grassroots approaches to solving social and ecological problems?
- Have a concern about peak oil?
Then you would also enjoy an evening of permaculture design in an enaging community atmosphere!
On January 9 2010 Jesse Lemieux of Pacific Permaculture (www.pacificpermaculture.com) will deliver an evening mixed media presentation on permaculture. From the permaculture newbie to the seasoned veteran Jesse passion and experience makes for an entertaining and informative evening.
Please RSVP by replying to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tell your friends!
Growing Sense with Lyndon Penner – November 1, 2009
Do you wish we had just one more week or two of summer to harvest more
vegetables from your garden? Or how about just a few more days to ripen
those tomatoes or get a few more beans?
Join Lyndon Penner and gardening friends at the Unitarian Church on Sunday
evening November 1st for tips and ideas on extending Calgary’s food
growing season into spring and fall. Learn about hardy seed & seedling
varieties, frost protection and the best ways to use plant shelters, grow
lights, mulches, cold frames, and greenhouses and much more!
What: An Evening with Lyndon Penner
Unitarian Church of Calgary
1703 1st Street NW
(Just west of Centre St. on 16th Ave NW)
When: Sunday, November 1st @ 7:00 – 9:00 PM
What Else: Dessert & Refreshments, Questions & Participation
Park: Balmoral School & Street Parking
Kids: Bring ‘Em
Cost: Your Time @ No $$$ (Free!)