Learn how to save seeds at Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House!
This workshop by Village Vancouver will be followed by our Seed Library launch, where participants can learn more about the Mount Pleasant Food Network’s Seed Library and Seed Savers Club. It’s a great way to meet fellow garden and seed lovers, and help volunteer for the Seed Library.
Registration is free! Email: email@example.com | Call: 604-761-0224
The Queen Alexandra Garden Project’s last event of the year is a Native Planting Party!
Join us on Saturday, October 29 from 1-3pm as we plant Huckleberries, Saskatoon berries, Salmonberries, Salal, Oregon Grape. Learn about these native plants, and help create a food forest for the Queen Alexandra school community.
Bring your friends & family, and dress for the outdoors. We’ll provide a covered area, and snacks & hot drinks to keep everyone happy. See you there!
Photo credit: Langdon Cook
The Mount Pleasant Family Centre has created a gardening workshop through the summer until September running once a week. This was created for local families who either don’t have access to a garden or want to learn more about gardening indoors and outdoors.
The program is run by a licensed Early Childhood Educator who has created gardens for children across Vancouver in the hopes of inspiring families to spend more time outside in nature while growing their own food. The families take on the responsibility of weeding, watering and planting during the weeks they are registered, and are rewarded by taking their harvest home at the end of the growing season!
Seeds were donated by The Food Connection from their March gardening workshop and seed swap. So far, the families have planted radishes, carrots and a wildlflower blend that bees and butterflies are attracted to — and they’re all sprouting!
About Mount Pleasant Family Centre:
The Mount Pleasant Family Centre provides child-centred programs that nurture healthy growth and development for all families: ‘A Home Away From Home’.
We’re glad they’re part of the Mount Pleasant Food Network!