Join us at the Spring Social on Thursday, April 18th!
Northern United Place, Franklyn Avenue
Registration 7-7:30 p.m.
If you haven't already, you can register and make payment; complete the waiver if not already done.
Members sign up for work bees at their garden site during the summer.
Visit the display table to see photo albums, history archive, past newsletters, garden information and resource books.
Snack Potluck & Socializing. Please take part in our snack food potluck, sharing your favorite finger foods. Please refrain from bringing soups or stews. Finger foods only.
Presentations:- Introduction to the Board
- Calendar of Events
- Garden Etiquette/Rules
- Composting & Soil Maitenance
- Garden Buddy Program
- Site Manager Role & Sign Up for Chores
- Upcoming Workshops & Garden-Related Events
- Final Registration Comments & Closing
More socializing and eating of tasty treats.
We look forward to seeing everyone!
2013 Workshops & Seminars
â€¢May 7: soil fertility, seeding and planting (outdoor).
The YCG has tentatively scheduled
workshops and seminars through the spring and summer of 2013.
Each event will be held on the first Tuesday of the month at The Peace Cafe at 4910 50th St. If the location changes we will send out a notice.
New Ideas Wanted!
If there's a topic you'd like to learn more about or have a burning desire to help run a workshop, we would be ecstatic to hear from you!
For more information,please contact Caihla MacCuish, Education Director, email@example.com.
The above two photos were taken at the first gardening workshop presented by Lone Sorensen on soil ph and seed selection.
Top photo: The class is watching as Lone demonstrates the type of plastic for keeping plants warm.
Bottom photo: There was a small seed exchange at the class. Lone showed samples, such as carrot seeds collected by J. Milne in 2012.
Are you interested in building your own northern greenhouse?
The Yukon Farmers have created a webinar that will show how it is done. To view it, just register on the Food Secure Canada website: