Art by Lucas Bell
WHEN? Wednesday December 2nd from 4-6pm
WHERE? SUB Upper Lounge, University of Victoria, 3800 Finnerty Road
Optional: bring your own saved seed to clean, process, or swap!
Part theory and part hands-on, this workshop will provide a foundation for saving your own quality seed on a small scale. Continue reading
Seaweed is rich in nutrients and minerals. It is typically low in nitrogen and phosphorus, but contains an abundance of trace elements- growth hormones and nutrients, fungal and disease preventatives, and many others (60 I read!). Incorporating seaweed into your garden bed can causally incorporate bacteria and fungi as well, as the sea water that provides seaweed with nutrients carries these forms of life.
In a few weeks, we will sadly be saying goodbye to our outgoing coordinator Erica! She has been involved with the garden for many years, and has contributed her vision and love to the space. Erica has started us on the path towards a more inclusive and accessible community garden. You will be greatly missed!
Hello fungal friends.
Talking mushy at the workshop!
Last Saturday, we hosted a Mushroom and Gardening workshop, the second to last in our Fall Workshop Series. It was facilitated by Danielle Stevenson of DIY Fungi, who led us into the captivating universe of fungi! Continue reading