Beatrice Lego, Nicole Klenk, Pinar Reza, and Shakhnoza Vafaeva were interviewed by Philippe de Montigny for the morning show 'Y a pas 2 matins pareil' on Radio-Canada. It was great to share our experiences and initiative with listeners. Click here if you missed it or want to re-listen. To check out Philippe's tweets, just click … Continue reading Radio-Canada visits the IC Rooftop Garden
It was fantastic to have Prof. Scott MacIvor come out to our weekly lunch and teach us all about how to keep our garden pollinator-friendly. Here's a hint- be a messy gardener! Plant crops that produce different sizes and colours of flowers to cater to different needs of pollinators looking for a bite to eat. … Continue reading Wild bees & urban gardening
Curious about urban gardening and pollination services? Come out to listen to Prof. Scott MacIvor's talk about 'Wild bees and pollination services: Ideas for green infrastructure and design' at our weekly lunch on July 12th. Mark your calendars and see you there!
We are super excited about harvesting the existing serviceberries across the campus at UTSC. We've got to beat the birds to it, and we hope to see you there!
The featured crop at this week's lunch are serviceberries! Come out and harvest them for a delicious, refreshing taste. Did you know serviceberries were a staple crop for Cree tribes of the Prairies? Read more at Ontario.ca and at CWF.
Can a person become amazed about how plants in the garden grow so quickly everyday? The answer is yes, yes they can. We are super excited about our new baby fruits in addition to the quickly growing vegetables. Have you yet attended a weekly lunch? Don't miss out! The next weekly lunch is this Thursday the 28th … Continue reading Blooming rooftop!
A big thank you to all of our guests at our first weekly lunch event this past week. It was great to see you enjoy the weather, harvest delicious vegetables to add to your lunches, and meet new friends! Be sure to check out our new Recipes page for great ideas about what to do … Continue reading Great first event!