Intro to Growing Food at Sundance Harvest

Saturday, April 11 - Saturday, April 2511:00-1:00Sundance Harvest Greenhouse, Downsview Park, 70 Canuck DrSpring is coming, and now is the time to start thinking about growing food! Sundance Harvest is offering '“Intro to Food Growing” which is a 3 workshop series which provides you the basics of learning how to grow food on home scale. In the Sundance Harvest greenhouse, you will learn the hands on practice as well as the planning process for growing food.$60 for 3 workshops >

Webinar Gardening in a Changing Climate

Thursday, April 2  7:00-9:00 pmHosted by the Toronto and Region Conservation AuthorityClimate change is rapidly impacting natural spaces on both a local and global scale, including on our properties and in our gardens.Join us for an introductory gardening webinar with a focus on climate change resiliency. TRCA will introduce concepts like rainwater harvesting, native plant gardening, rain gardens, and permeable paving.Receive a free copy of the Greening Your Grounds Guide, which includes detailed instructions on how to implement these environmentally-friendly features for yourself! >

Introduction to Hot Composting for Composting Teas

INTRODUCTION TO HOT COMPOSTING FOR COMPOST TEASby Crooked FarmzApril 1- April 15 6:30-9:30The Workaround, 2080 Danforth at WoodbineLearn more during this three-week intensive about improving soil health organically to better support your backyard urban farms, vegetable gardens, or perennial beds. Week one will cover soil health and the soil food web; week two will cover hot composting techniques for the urban context; and week three will cover the basics of brewing aerobic compost tea to improve microbial health in the soil. Students will learn the steps to create their own compost tea brewer, how to prepare basic recipes for tea, and will develop a plan for generating compost in the home garden. Facilitated by Sean... >