Our AGM on August 1 was a combination of a beautiful space to gather (thank you, Gardengate for hosting!), an engaged group as we worked through the business portion of the meeting (wow, so impressed with how people were sticking with the process to find a way through some challenging scenarios), and of course, an […]
Lawrence, our tool-sharpening guru, will help you get your garden tools in shape for gardening season and talk about how to care for them so they will last longer and work better. Read more
Kamloops Immigrant Services and Kamloops Food Policy Council is hosting an Indian Cuisine Workshop on February 17!
This workshop is FREE and you will learn how to make an array of Indian dishes from scratch.
To register, contact Elizabeth Brown at email@example.com or 778-470-6101 by February 16.
Making your own cleaning and beauty products is a great way to start reducing your ecological footprint. Sarah Fridriksson has been making her own natural products for over ten years and will teach how to make toilet bowl cleaner, body butter and beeswax food wrap.
1 – 3 PM
Hosted on the North Shore
Complete details and registration can be found on Eventbrite.
Kamloops Immigrant Services and Kamloops Food Policy Council is hosting a Cuban Cuisine Workshop on February 3!
This workshop is FREE and you will learn how to make an array of Cuban dishes from scratch.
To register, contact Elizabeth Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org or 778-470-6101 by January 28.
** This Workshop is FULL **
The first collaborative world cuisine workshop was such a success that Kamloops Immigrant Services and Kamloops Food Policy Council is hosting a Filipino Cuisine Workshop on January 24!
This workshop is FREE and you will learn how to make delectable Adobo and Pancit from scratch.
To register, contact Elizabeth Brown at email@example.com or 778-470-6101.
With new spaces opening up for this workshop, we are pleased to announce registration details for a Knife Sharpening Workshop with Lawrence Barichello.
2 – 4 PM
Mt Paul Community Food Centre
Bring a couple of knives to work on and a magnifying glass if you have one!
Growing microgreens is a great way to get an extra boost of nutrition, add some homegrown pizzazz to your winter meals, and have fun watching things grow at the same time! Paul Denby, our local Farm to School microgreens expert, will show us his tried and true system on Sunday, January 28.
You can find out more or register here
Join us for our first (of several) joint cooking workshop with Kamloops Immigrant Services!
There are still spaces available and the registration has been extended. Contact Elizabeth Brown to sign up: firstname.lastname@example.org or 778-470-6101.
This presentation focuses on the ingredients that create a healthy environment for a backyard orchard – soil management, water use, tree and small fruit nutrition and organic tree fruit management. Tamara will also discuss management of specific pathogens and pests of berry crops and tree fruits.
Check out the post for more details!
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