20160321 Urban Wildlife Gardening


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Monday, March 21, 2016 from 6:30-8:00pm

Come celebrate the arrival of spring by learning to attract the wild blossoms to your gardens. 

In this workshop, you will learn the major soil and eco-types of the Vancouver area and discover which wild plant communities are best suited to your situation. Learn the habits and life-cycles of our wild relatives and invite more beneficial birds, pollinators and small mammals into your urban garden.

Instructor Bio:

Matthew Kemshaw is the garden programs manager at the Environmental Youth Alliance, where he supports the management of 5 large mixed wildlife and urban food gardens. Matthew also founded the Victoria Seed Library and is a dedicated seed steward. He has been tending and learning from wild plants in Victoria and Vancouver for 10 years.

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