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Spring 2017 in Cowichan Spring 2017 (actually this time…) What a long winter! At least we here at CGC feel that way. Our Ceres Edible Landscaping team is itching to get out into the gardens, our new team member Laura is keen to begin re …Read Newsletter
Spring 2017: Bloom Where You Are Planted Spring 2017: Bloom Where You Are Planted We here at CGC love the spring! The wonderful holiday season is now a recent memory and the Seedy Season is just around the corner. This time of year is one for re …Read Newsletter
Fall 2016: Let The Harvest Begin As we move from the summer warmth to fall harvest, you may have noticed an increase in traffic around The Station, KinPark Urban Farm, and at our new Cowichan Incubator Seed Farm on Beverly Street. Fall is a time …Read Newsletter
July 2016: New Projects & Staff Over the past few months, CGC has received a number of questions regarding our activities on the parcel of land on Beverly Street. Well, we are pleased to officially announce that the Cowichan Incubator Seed F …Read Newsletter
June 2016: Many Hands Make Light Work! More often than not, June is a quieter month at Cowichan Green Community’s office. Typically, we are in the midst of organizing a few events, our staff are out in the field working on garden and farm projec …Read Newsletter
May 2016 A bounty of farm and food resources CGC was honoured to kick-off the month of May by participating in the Taste of Spring fundraiser. This event, which raised nearly $4,000.00 for CGC’s teaching kitchen, brought together the culinary ex …Read Newsletter
April 2016 – Events, Farewells, and New Projects Spring has officially arrived and, with that, CGC finds itself in the throws of organizing our spring (and summer) events. This month we are busy preparing for the Taste of Spring Fundraiser. Bill …Read Newsletter
March 2016 – A Spring in our Step! The countdown to spring is officially on and we have lots in store this month to get you and your garden ready for another growing season. On March 5th, Nora Arajs and David Pink, of Warmland Irrigation, will h …Read Newsletter
February 2016 This past month, amidst a bit of protest from CGC’s staff, we bid farewell to our amazing colleague Rosalie Sawrie. Rosalie, whose worked at CGC for the past three years coordinating everything from our volunteers to administering …Read Newsletter
January 2016 The Cowichan Green Community has decided to kick-off the New Year (albeit a little bit late) with a brand new newsletter format. We know that people’s time is short, so our new newsletter will feature our three top stories and event …Read Newsletter
Happy Holidays December 2015 Newsletter Dear Readers, As we welcome the start of the winter holiday season, CGC would like to thank our members, volunteers, donors, supporters, and readers for contributing to an incredible year. We had a lot of …Read Newsletter
November 2015 Newsletter Community Food Resources Dear Readers, As the harvest season slows down, and as we prepare to enter the cooler months, we thought this might be a good time to highlight some of the community food resources available in t …Read Newsletter
Farming Connections is a new initiative of the Cowichan Green Community in partnership with the Government of Canada which focuses on bringing farmers out of the isolating lifestyle that farming creates. Our goal is to engage ageing farmers by holding …See Full Project