Attend this demonstration - perfect for beginners! New to the gardening world? We'll guide you through everything you need from equipment to tools and show you how to use them! For more information visit Sheridan Nurseries .
What's the buzz about this ancient method of food preservation? Fermented foods are loaded with beneficial microbes which boost your overall immunity, improve your digestion, enhance detoxification, and support brain health and many other body functions. Are you curious about the technique and the types of food used for fermentation? Marianna Duba, registered nutritionist will teach you how to prepare sauerkraut and other fermented vegetables, kefir, and yogurt in your own kitchen. FREE event. Location: Goodness Me, 668 Erb. St. W. Waterloo ON To register, please visit Goodness Me .
Speakers: Rob Howard Date: March 14, 2017 Time: 7:00pm to 9:00pm Location: Kitchener Public Library 85 Queen St N Kitchener ON N2H 2H1 Room: Theater (Lower level) Rob will be speaking on "Nine Things I Learned in Other People's Gardens," in which he takes some serious thoughts about making and enjoying a garden and presents them in a light-hearted way. The talk is illustrated by his own experiences, and photographs, in gardens in Ontario and in Britain. This talk will also include slides from recent garden tours he has escorted to Holland and British Columbia. Rob Howard is garden columnist...
STARTING YOUR OWN GARDEN SEEDLINGS Facilitator: Angie Koch, local organic farmer, owner of Fertile Ground CSA Location: All classes are at our Little City Farm location, 508 Duke St. West in Kitchener, unless otherwise noted. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Read the full WORKSHOP REGISTRATION POLICIES for Little City Farm workshops. Description: Grow your own garden seedlings from seed this year! It's not too late to get started. During this informative workshop local organic farmer Angie will walk participants through all the basics in growing seedlings successfully - including using organic...
Get your garden ready for the season. We'll cover everything from soil prep to selecting plants for a smaller garden, to our top new varieties for the season! For more information visit Sheridan Nurseries .
The Kitchener-Waterloo chapter of the Garden Clubs of Ontario is holding a 60th Anniversary Celebration on March 20, 2017. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org . The Garden Club of Kitchener Waterloo is located at Albert McCormick Community Centre at 500 Parkside Drive, Waterloo ON.
Description: Why start seeds indoors? When is the right time to start seeds indoors? What seeds are easiest to start indoors? Join rare’s Garden Coordinator Taryn WoodnoteSaberwing as she answers these questions and more to make sure you know how to give your plants the best start. We’ll even start seeds that can be taken home and planted. All-weather indoor event, accessible to all, with washrooms available. RSVP welcome but not required. Location: rare Resource House, 768 Blair Road, Cambridge For more information or to register contact Jenna Quinn at 519-650-9336 x111 or by email .