Spring rains promise bounty

The West Boundary Food and Resources Society is a venue for sharing knowledge of gardening and local food security.

It was a damp workshop sponsored by Food and Resources (FAR) Society at the Greenwood community garden at St. Jude’s Anglican Church on the last Saturday of March. FAR president Leda Fair demonstrated vertical gardening using old pallets. The next gathering is being planned for April 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Teddy Bear Farm in Midway where Leda and John Fair reside (815 Division Street). They will show many types of gardening methods based on past FAR workshops that they have put in place in their own garden. Info phone Leda at 250-449-2639.

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