Adult & Teen Programs – Spring 2022

Virtual Garden Workshops

Join The Edible Garden Project and the Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre to learn more about how to prepare, plant, and maintain your garden this year. Watch the recordings below to learn more about gardening techniques suitable for BC’s coastal environments.

Donations welcome to help the Ecology Centre continue offering these programs.

Seed Starting

Saturday, March 12 from 10:00 to 10:45 am

Get ready for spring planting! Join us to learn how to start seeds indoors even while the weather is cool. Learn strategies for seed-starting success, including working with warmer-weather plants such as tomatoes.

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Veggies 101

Saturday, March 19 from 10:00 to 10:45 am

Do you want to grow terrific tomatoes and astonishing artichokes in your garden this year? Join us for an introduction to growing your own vegetables. This online workshop will focus on gardening in your yard or in raised beds.

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Building Your Garden Soil

Saturday, March 26 from 10:00 to 10:45 am

Learn how you can build your garden soil this spring and throughout the rest of the year.  Work on your garden soil, and you’ll have the ideal foundation for healthy fruits and vegetables. The gardeners from the Edible Garden Project will give you tips and techniques for creating healthy soil.

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Turning Your Lawn into a Garden

Saturday, April 2 from 10:00 to 10:45 am

How can you turn your lawn into a productive garden? Join us for a discussion about a variety of ways to create healthy garden beds using techniques such as lasagna gardening. 

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Tomato Care

Saturday, April 9 from 10:00 to 10:45 am

What can you do with your tomato plants to ensure that you have a bountiful crop? This year, learn more about advanced tomato care, including tomato pruning and trellising.

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Protecting Pollinators

Saturday, April 23 from 10:00 to 10:45 am

Bees, butterflies and other pollinators need your help more than ever! Learn how to support a diverse range of pollinators by providing food plants and nesting sites.

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