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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Join me this Saturday at the Tantallon Library!

This Sat, Oct 22nd, I will be offering a lecture on four-season gardening as part of the following full-day workshop. It's only a $10 donation to attend this workshop - which includes a locally sourced lunch from the amazing Flying Apron Cookery!! I'm also looking forward to the intro by Bob Cervelli, a talented four-season gardener who will be featured in my upcoming book. Hope to see you there!


Nourish body and spirit with a lively and uplifted mix of interesting speakers, locally grown food, and a tour of three gardens exemplifying delightful ways to harvest locally gardened foods in all four seasons.
  • 10:10  Intro & talk – What and Why about Transition Gardening  (Bob Cervelli- master gardener, botanist & innovator)
  • 10:40  Introduction to Permaculture  (Jayme Melrose- Garden Doula, permaculturist, & ecological landscape designer)
  • 11:30  Four Season Gardening  (Niki Jabbour- garden author & radio broadcaster with book on this ready soon)
  • 12:20  Luscious Lunch with Learning (The Flying Apron Cookery- focusing on sustainable & local ingredients, much from local Four Seasons gardens.)
  • 1:20    Local Soil Amendments and Composting  (Phil Warman- Professor & researcher of organic methods for growing food)           
  • 2:00-5:00  Tours of three area "Four Seasons" gardens with refreshments at final site
Tantallon  Public Library. Saturday, October 22-- 10 AM to 5 PM.  All welcome.  Suggested donation only $10 to cover costs.  Student donation $5.  Work scholarships available by email or calling 2224391. Pre-registration (at robert.cervelli@gmail.com or davidwimberly@eastlink.ca <mailto:davidwimberly@eastlink.ca> ) requested, but not required.  Includes an exceptional lunch plus refreshments along a garden tour.


  • Co-sponsored by Transition Bay St Margarets, by Tantallon Public Library, and by St. Margaret’s Bay Stewardship Association. Supported,  in part, by a grant from the Rural Communities Foundation of Nova Scotia to help with a series of events in support of developing resilience in the St. Margaret’s Bay area.

  

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