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Water Conservation in the Garden

Living within a stone’s throw of Lake Ontario, it seems absurd to think about conserving water. Over 250,000 freshwater lakes, about one-fifth of the world’s fresh water …

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The Many Uses of Pumpkins

Pumpkins are in season! As we begin to move into the cooler, autumn months we begin to see pumpkins all around us. There are so many different ways we can use pumpkins in …

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Five Rainy Day Gardening Ideas

As gardeners we can often find ourselves stuck inside during a rainy day in the summer. But what gardening tasks can we still do on those rainy days? The following are five indoor rainy …

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Halton Food Volunteer Spotlight: Micheline Wheeler

The following is an interview with Micheline W. Micheline is a garden champion at one of the community garden sites in Oakville. She is passionate about reducing food waste …

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Let’s Learn About Horticultural Therapy

By guest contributor Morghan Brett, BAH, HT, MEd candidate (she/her) Morghan is currently a Peer Assistant with Summit Housing and Outreach Programs (SHOP) working with the Health …

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The Benefits of Gardening

Every year gardeners get excited as the snow begins to melt, and the outdoor temperatures become more suitable for planting. Gardening provides accessible, nutritious, locally grown fruits and vegetables. Aside …

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Living within a stone’s throw of Lake Ontario, it seems absurd to think about conserving water. Over 250,000 freshwater lakes, about one-fifth of the world’s fresh water

Read Blog Post »

Pumpkins are in season! As we begin to move into the cooler, autumn months we begin to see pumpkins all around us. There are so many different ways we can use pumpkins in

Read Blog Post »

As gardeners we can often find ourselves stuck inside during a rainy day in the summer. But what gardening tasks can we still do on those rainy days? The following are five indoor rainy

Read Blog Post »

The following is an interview with Micheline W. Micheline is a garden champion at one of the community garden sites in Oakville. She is passionate about reducing food waste

Read Blog Post »

By guest contributor Morghan Brett, BAH, HT, MEd candidate (she/her) Morghan is currently a Peer Assistant with Summit Housing and Outreach Programs (SHOP) working with the Health

Read Blog Post »

Every year gardeners get excited as the snow begins to melt, and the outdoor temperatures become more suitable for planting. Gardening provides accessible, nutritious, locally grown fruits and vegetables. Aside

Read Blog Post »
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