Dirt & Pails & Bees & Snails

Dirt & Pails & Bees & Snails

Registration is now FULL. Bee on our waiting list. 902-678-6237

ADVENTURES IN GARDENING FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES

Registration required.

info@kingscountymuseum.ca

(902) 676-6237

Saturday, May 25, 3-4 pm

The Miracle in a Seed with Jen Kershaw

*How does a seed produce a plant*What does a plant need to grow*How to plant a seed*How to care for your plant*

 

Jen Kershaw is delighted to come and  share her love of nature with all workshop participants.  “The more you learn about the environment around you, the more you’re going to enjoy being outside,” she said. Jen has taught in Elementary school and is bilingual . She  promises to keep her workshops on germination and pollination  interactive and animated!  Her background is soil and plant ecology and  currently teaches  these subjects at Acadia. She tells us  “you’ve hit on some of my favourite things”.

 

 

Dirt & Pails & Bees & Snails

Registration FULL Dirt & Pails & Bees & Snails

Registration is now FULL. Bee on our waiting list. 902-678-6237

ADVENTURES IN GARDENING FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES

Registration required.

info@kingscountymuseum.ca

(902) 676-6237

 

Saturday, May 18, 3-4 pm

                   The World Under Your Feet with Carol Goodwin  

   *How soil is made*Creatures of the underworld*How creatures help plants grow*

 

Our Garden Guide;  

Carol Goodwin is a long-time teacher at the Agriculture College in Truro, and, later, Dalhousie University.  She has encouraged adult learning, volunteerism and a love of horticulture through the classroom, leading garden tours to England, and as a member of the Truro Tree Committee and Communities in Bloom as well as helping to create the Truro Community Gardens, and the Friends of the Gardens on the AC campus.  Now retired from full time teaching, she continues to instruct in the Atlantic Master Garden Program, and owns and manages Beneath the Boughs Woodland Plant Nursery and Pottery Studio.