The garden locations are as follows.
1. See what growing up is like.
Paul and Sandra’s: 64 Barclay St
Between King St West and Main St West turn on to Paisley Ave South, then onto Barclay St
2. See an intelligent use of small space.
Rita Bailey: 84 Pearl St South
Travelling East on Main St, take the first right after Locke St. 84 Pearl St is at the corner of Pearl and Jackson St West. Enter the garden from Jackson St.
3. See what a joint effort can produce.
Hill Street Community Garden: Hill St, half a block east of Dundurn
Travelling south on Dundurn St past Main St West, turn left on Hill St, which is just south of the railway overpass.
4. See an urban garden in the heart of the city.
Sapphire Singh: 73 Stapleton Ave
From Barton St East, turn north on Kenilworth. Take the first left at McAnulty Blvd, and then the first right at Stapleton Ave.
5. See large beds, solar panels, windmill for electricity, cistern for rainwater.
Marjorie and Cecil Cooke: 15 Lister Ave
From Upper James and Rymal Rd, go east on Rymal one block, turn right on Ryckmans, and right on Lister Ave.
6. See large award-winning rustic country garden, heritage plants, xeriscaping.
Beth Powell: 440 Concession 1 Rd, R.R. #1, Canfield
Take Hwy 56. 10 Miles south of Binbrook, turn left on Concession Rd 1, and Beth’s property is the third laneway on the right.
Project Harvest works in seven Guatemalan communities to develop and apply an integrated horticultural method, allowing campesino families to enjoy more nutritious and self-sufficient ways of finding food. Visit www.projectharvest.org to learn more.
For more information, please contact Rita Bailey by phone at 905-525-1198, or by email at email@example.com.