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Pollinators in the Vegetable Garden

June 21 to 27 is National Pollinator Week I am sure all of you have seen or read about the campaign to “Save the Bees,” …

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Container Gardening 101

No backyard and limited garden space, but still want fresh and nutritious produce all summer? Look no further, the answer is container gardening!    What is container gardening?  Container gardening is the practice of growing plants in …

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The Garden Journey

Covid-Friendly Ways to Get Involved in Your Community

As we navigate our second summer during the Covid-19 pandemic, it can be challenging to find ways to feel connected to your local community. Being connected in your community allows you …

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Gardening During Covid – A Beginner’s Foray into Backyard Gardening During the Pandemic and Some Tips to Inspire Other Newbies

The following article was submitted by guest contributor Kimberly Schols, CFUW and GASP member. When we were forced to come home in March 2019 from …

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Gardeners' Guide

Adventures in Vermi-Composting

The following article is by guest contributor by Lynda Sturgeoff. Lynda Sturgeoff, a retired Ph.D. chemist, now spends her time volunteering for various organizations where …

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Garden Guides

Starting a Vegetable Garden (For the absolute beginner!)

This presentation was originally shown as an online event for Oakville Public Library March 17, 2021. Why Grow Vegetables? Save money Eat what you grow …

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June 21 to 27 is National Pollinator Week I am sure all of you have seen or read about the campaign to “Save the Bees,”

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No backyard and limited garden space, but still want fresh and nutritious produce all summer? Look no further, the answer is container gardening!    What is container gardening?  Container gardening is the practice of growing plants in

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As we navigate our second summer during the Covid-19 pandemic, it can be challenging to find ways to feel connected to your local community. Being connected in your community allows you

Read Blog Post »

The following article was submitted by guest contributor Kimberly Schols, CFUW and GASP member. When we were forced to come home in March 2019 from

Read Blog Post »

The following article is by guest contributor by Lynda Sturgeoff. Lynda Sturgeoff, a retired Ph.D. chemist, now spends her time volunteering for various organizations where

Read Blog Post »

This presentation was originally shown as an online event for Oakville Public Library March 17, 2021. Why Grow Vegetables? Save money Eat what you grow

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