MMGs Emma Chow and MJ Kucerak led the instruction with presentations on different kinds of pollinators and the plants that attract beneficial insects and pollinators to our gardens. As well, integrated pest management techniques were reviewed. Participants built and took home an insect hotel.
Particpants learned how to grow flowers and vegetables from seed and planted a flat of seeds to take home.
MMG Michelle Wilson was the instructor for the session, helped by Phyllis Hall, MJ Kucerak and David Pavanel.
Pining for a sanctuary from busy city life?
Try Riverwood Conservancy
New sculpture design unveiled.
“A sparkling new piece of public art will be erected on Burnhamthorpe Rd. W. at the entrance to The Riverwood Conservancy this spring.
Artist Marc Fornes will create an “otherworldly” green, blue and yellow pine tree from aluminum sheets that will appear to shift shapes in varying seasons and weather, depending on your vantage point.
His artist’s statement proclaims that the 25-ft. high work , called Pine Sanctuary, will be “a contemporary update in the natural landscape that forms an iconic and playful signal – creating a unique identity for Riverwood.”… read more from John Steward/Mississauga News