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SEE WHAT'S SHAKING AT SANDOWN

EVENTS

Join the movement in regenerative agriculture! Check out these local events to get involved with climate action, restoration, regenerative agriculture, and more. Scroll through to see what's happening!

FALL SEMINAR SERIES: HOW TO DESIGN, INSTALL, AND MAINTAIN A HEDGEROW

Part One: Virtual, Thursday October 5th, 2023 7pm - 8pm Part Two: In-person at Sandown, Friday October 6th, 2023 9am - 12pm

A two-part series with Kristen Miskelly from Satinflower Nurseries. Seminar is offered at no cost. For more information and to register, click here.

Funding for the Knowledge and Technology Transfer program is provided by the governments of Canada and British Columbia through the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative.

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FLAVOUR TRAILS SUMMER MARKETS

Saturday, August 19th, 4pm - 8pm &

Sunday, August 20th, 11am - 2pm

Join us for the two-day community celebration for Flavour Trails! There will be a farmers market, fun farm demos, live music, local food and beverage vendors, lawn games, and zucchini racing! 

For more information, check out the Flavour Trails website

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SOIL SUNDAY AT SANDOWN CENTRE FOR REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE

Sunday, July 16th, 10am - 12pm

Interact with soil biology, tour research plots, and understand soil. 

 

Click here for more information and to register for this free event!

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RESTORATION AT SANDOWN CENTRE

Last Sunday of every month, 9:30am

Join us on the last Sunday of every month at 9:30am for an invasive species pull! Meet at the main gate at 1810 Glamorgan Rd. 

Bring a water bottle, sunscreen, hat, and gloves and clippers if available. Snacks included! 

For more information, email us. 

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VOLUNTEER WITH A REGENERATIVE FARMER

Ongoing

Our farmers are looking for regular volunteers! Be part of the regenerative farming movement and get your hands dirty and learn by getting involved!

For more information, email us. 

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W̱S͸ḴEM IVY PROJECT (HEALING THE PLACE OF CLAY) WITH SARAH JIM

Ongoing

Join Sarah Jim and Habitat Acquisition Trust removing English Ivy as a way of healing one of the last remaining forests on the W̱S͸ḴEM reservation located on the lands of the Jim family. 

For more information, check out the W̱S͸ḴEM Ivy Project website. 

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