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Backyard Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop 2

Discover the art of pruning your fruit trees, Sunday March 7, 1-3pm. Call 604-990-3755 to register. Join David Tracey, tree care expert and author of “Guerrilla Gardening”, for a hands-on afternoon of  learning the art and science of pruning.  You will go home with the information you need to care for the health of your […]

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Group Gardening Session

Join us for our first Group Gardening Session of 2010. We will bring gardeners together to wake up the first of our EGP gardens. Time: 10am-11:30am Location: TBA For more information, or to register contact:


Backyard Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop 1

Discover the art of pruning your fruit trees, Saturday February 27, 1-3pm. Call 604-990-3755 to register. Join Kent Mullinix (Sustainable Agriculture Specialist at Kwantlen UC, and fruit tree guru!) in the Queen Mary Community Garden to learn the basics of backyard fruit tree pruning. He’ll take us through the pruning essentials and answer questions about […]


Winter Hiatus

Just like the plants in our gardens slow down over the winter, so do the activities of the EGP… We will be on a brief winter hiatus through the month of January, returning to action in the beginning of February 2010. Check back frequently for upcoming events come spring!


Table Matters… a Community Discussion about Food Security on the North Shore

An event to engage North Shore government, community and business in a discussion about food security: awareness, advocacy and planning for action. Date: Friday, October 23, 2009 Time: 3:00—7:30pm Location: West Vancouver Community Centre, 2121 Marine Drive, West Vancouver It’s time for the North Shore to put local food on the table… Learn about food-focused […]


Feeding the Future: Stories and Images from the New Frontier of Food and Agriculture

Michael Ableman, celebrated author of “Fields of Plenty”, is coming to Centennial Theatre in North Vancouver on Wednesday, October 21, 2009 at 7:30pm Food  may become the dominant issue of our time. The industrial system that brings it to us is unraveling, and the cost of that system,ecologically, socially, and personally is enormous. While Ableman […]