Wild Immune Tonic ​Workshop

Make your own Wild Immune Tonic – ​Free Workshop!

with Latifa Pelletier-Ahmed, MSc Herbal Medicine, BSc Botany

3-5pm at the garden
Friday, October 19th, 2018.

We will look at underutilized plants in the garden, to see how they can be used medicinally. We will harvest herbs for making an immune tonic.
Learn how to identify plants and harvest sustainably. Possible plant medicines include: cedar, pine, dandelion root, echinacea root.

Jars will supplied!

Propagation workshop!

Edible Plant Propagation and Grafting Workshop

Wednesday, April 18 at 4 PM at the Campus Community Garden

Come learn about a variety of propagation techniques for different types of edible perennial trees, shrubs and herbs. We will also talk about the how-to of grafting. All are welcome to join!

About the facilitator:
Matt Gravel is a Victoria-based permaculturalist with a passion for sustainable and living systems. After 10 years of property maintenance and conventional landscaping, he became tired of the unsustainable and non-regenerative practices commonly used in urban environments and wanted to find a way to change these urban spaces.
He has been studying permaculture since 2012. He completed his Permaculture Design Certificate through Gaia Craft & Langara College in Vancouver, BC and his Advanced Permaculture Design Certification at the Bullock’s Permaculture Homestead on Orcas Island, WA. Currently, he is working towards a diploma in permaculture education through the Permaculture Institute.

Gravel operates a nursery, design, and education business—Plant Buoy: Life Preservation Plants. He is thrilled to be teaching people about low maintenance, ecological systems that grow nutrient dense food and medicine while regenerating urban landscapes.