Sundance Harvest Spring Farm School

With a mix of exclusive pre-recorded content and live teaching, these virtual dynamic workshops capture Sundance Harvest’s operations and provide a space for in depth question and answer time.  Each workshop is 1.5 hours long and you have access to specialized PDF handouts and recordings. The workshops take place on Sundays at 1pm EST.Fruiting Crop Care - May 30th Creating Living Soil: Indoor and Outdoor Composting - June 6th Fertilizing for Soil Health - June 13thEcological Pest Management: Greenhouse + Field - June 20th  >

The Buzz on Bees

Celebrate World Bee Day for an engaging panel and Q&A session with YorkU's top bees expertsWednesday, May 20 12:00-1:30 pmFor centuries bees, busy as they are known to be, have benefited people, plants and the planet. But did you know that bees are not the only ones that sustain life on earth? By carrying pollen from one flower to another, pollinators facilitate and improve food production, thus contributing to food security and nutrition. Pollination also has a positive impact on the environment in general, helping to maintain biodiversity and the vibrant ecosystems upon which agriculture depends.Featuring Professors: Sheila Colla, Laurence Packer, Sandra Rehan & Amro Zayed.... >

Conversations on Food and Land

Monday, May 18, 2020 at 6 PM – 8 PMChildren Peace Theater presents: Conversations on Food and Land*Must register, see link below* In Conversations on Food+Land Cheyenne Sundance (Sundance Harvest) and Isaac Crosby (Evergreen Brickworks) will have a in depth conversation about what both Food and Land means to them. They will also discuss topics such as: healing medicines, urban agriculture, starting out growing food, food and land sovereignty and other topics. The panel is moderated by Whitney French and there will be a Q+A after. >