Our regular meeting first thursday of each month is shifted this January due to its proximity to New Year’s Day.
Our Winter Season Starts the second tuesday on January 9th!
January meeting – January 9th – 2014 Julie from Sprout Guerrilla
— Sprout Guerrilla is a company striving to enable and promote urban guerrilla gardening. Sprout Guerrilla’s moss graffiti kits enable people to reclaim dead urban spaces and transform them into living ecologies. — www.sproutguerrilla.com
The last of the gorgeous colour falls all around us, as we welcome another cold season ahead. Gardening tools put away. Beds covered for warmth and protection from the elements.
Enjoy the fall season and all it has to offer. Explore the outdoors. Don’t forget to join us for our monthly gardening talks. First thursday of every month until June 2014. December, we will have our annual Christmas Garden Dinner instead of a regular meeting.
Every year we get a donation of spring bulbs that find their way into the urban parkland, via helping hand gardeners in our expaning LEGS community! Thank you to you all for such great hard labour of love. Thank you … Continue reading →
Happy 2012 to all our fantastic Tree Tender graduates!
To start off this great year LEAF is partnering with the City of Toronto on a wonderful project. We’d like to help them identify a number of ash trees found in Toronto parks that could potentially be treated with a TreeAzin injection this coming spring.
We will be hosting a training workshop for 15 – 30 individuals who would like to help out with this project. The workshop will be held on Saturday, January 28th from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Ramsden Park 1020 Yonge Street (conveniently located near Rosedale subway station).
The best part about this opportunity is that it not only encourages you to tour the wonderful park spaces in your neighbourhood, but it has to take place in the winter so these trees can be treated in the spring… so that’s right… this is the opportunity for you get to work on your winter Ash identification, with the help of the wonderful and amazing Jozef Ric, Forest Health Care Inspector from the City of Toronto’s Urban Forestry.
If you are interested in this project please send me a brief email with the following information:
That you are indeed able to attend the training workshop on the date and time listed above.
You are willing to spend a few hours between Feb and March walking through parks and looking for suitable ash trees.
Why you would like to participate in this project.
This is going to be sooooooo good and so much fun… I can’t wait to start!!!
Manager of Volunteers & Community Engagement
LEAF – Local Enhancement & Appreciation of Forests
Artscape Wychwood Barns
The Early Bird tuition fee for winter 2012 horticulture, turf and landscape online courses at the University of Guelph ends Friday, December 9, 2011. Register by this date and pay only $495 per course. Courses offered this winter include:
Alternative Land Use Practices for Sustainable Landscapes