Crop Planning Workshop Series
Tuesday, Jan.29th, 6pm-9pm – Establishing Garden Goals
Daniel Brisebois, co-author of “Crop Planning for Organic Vegetable Growers” will be offering this 3 class course on crop planting.
UPCOMING: Tuesdays 6-9pm Feb. 5 – Garden Layout and Feb. 12 – Garden schedules
There are only 20 spaces available, so please register at email@example.com for this paid course.
The Atrium Events Team goes Thematic!
Wednesday, January 30th, 3:30pm
There is a vision for the atrium events team for this semester: events and activities around springtime wild edibles! This upcoming spring we hope to hit up our local sources of delicious and nutritious wild foods that found in and around Montreal, so events will center around harvesting, processing and Eating such delights. If this interests you we’re having our next planning meeting Wednesday, January 30th at 3:30pm to continue planning for all of this greatness.
Please contact Stefanie at firstname.lastname@example.org if your interest has been peaked, and especially if you cannot make the meeting.
Greenhouse Sunset and Screening Night
Thursday, January 31st, 5pm-7pm
We will be showing the documentary called “Home”. It shows the diversity of life on Earth and how humanity is threatening the ecological balance of the planet.
It is composed mostly of beautiful and striking areal shots of the Earth and narrated by Glenn Close.
We will be offering free hot and iced tea, as well as popcorn of different flavors.
We would also like to ask for donations from $2 to $5.
Check out our Projects page for more ways to get involved at the Greenhouse!