At this time, events are being scheduled but may change without much notice depending on current covid-19 restrictions. Please check with the organizer for any you are interested in to get the most uptodate information.

Cloverleaf – Gardening Tricks, by Robert Pavlis

Virtual Zoom meeting

There is no such thing as a maintenance free garden, but there are many tricks that reduce the effort needed to maintain a garden. This presentation will present a number of ideas that will make garden maintenance easier. Topics include things like edging a bed, keeping your twine from getting tangled, what to do with rocks, […]

Fergus & District – September Members’ Meeting

Virtual Zoom meeting

Guest Speaker: Patti Sage, Sage Gardens “Preparing Your Garden for Winter” Since 2001 Patti's passion for trees and flowers has become her profession and she, along with staff, provide gardening services in the Erin Township region for many happy customers.  The company offers garden maintenance, garden planning, planting annuals and perennials, seasonable pruning, spring and […]

Cloverleaf: Backyard Urban Farming, by Jill Bishop

Virtual Zoom meeting

Learn about the many benefits, (and of course some challenges) of growing food in an urban setting, including an abundance of fresh hyper local food and the opportunity to build relationships within your community while you grow! Jillian Bishop is a long-term urban farmer/ seed saver. She is a Community Food Cultivator with the Nourish […]

Fergus & District – October Members’ Meeting

Virtual Zoom meeting

Guest Speaker: Dr. David Galbraith, Head of Science, Royal Botanical Gardens “A History of the Canadian Royal Botanical Gardens” As Head of Science at Royal Botanical Gardens (Canada) since 2006, Dr. Galbraith has led a variety of exciting initiatives involving public gardens and related science museums across Canada, the protection of natural areas, and biodiversity […]

Cloverleaf – Rogue Gardens and the Weed Police, by Lorraine Johnson

Virtual Zoom meeting

In this light-hearted and unconventional look at how and why we garden, author Lorraine Johnson challenges us to consider the role of gardens in an era of ecological and social change. Highlighting examples of gardeners who push against neighbourhood norms—and who are often subject to bylaws and other forms of social sanction—this talk encourages us […]