Square Foot Gardening 101

Square foot gardening – with a 4×16′ plot that means that there are 64 little gardens to be considered.  The goal of square foot gardening is to maximize space while producing the maximum… Continue reading

First Meeting of the Season!

Join us this Saturday, April 16 at the Bill Johnstone Memorial Activity Centre from 10 am to Noon, for information about the upcoming season, to learn what it means to be a volunteer… Continue reading

Early-Bird Plot Registration

Some tips for first-time/aspiring gardeners:

Start small or share a garden plot with a friend: Taking on a large-scale garden is an easy way to become daunted by the task at hand (i.e. weeding). If you’re new to… Continue reading

Things that have been growing at the Garden lately:

Seed Saving Basics Workshop

Learn how to save seeds with Su Morrin on Saturday, October 17th at the Sackville Community Garden!

Growing at the Garden July 15th

Growing at the Garden July 7th

Softwood Cutting Workshop with CFI

Want to learn how to propagate deciduous shrubs using softwood cuttings? The Sackville Community Garden will be working in partnership with Community Forest International on Thursday July 9th for an evening of potluck-ing… Continue reading

Change of date for our Seed Saving Workshop

Due to the flooding at the Community Garden this week, the Seed Saving Workshop that was scheduled for this weekend has been moved to Saturday July 4th from 1-2:30 pm. This workshop will… Continue reading

Busy as Bees at the Garden

Another wonderful day filled with sun and hard work! Together with the help of some volunteers from the MASSIE program, we worked on maintaining the berm at the entrance of the Sackville Community… Continue reading