Edible Garden and Farm Tour 2014

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Date(s) - Saturday, August 16, 2014 - Sunday, August 17, 2014
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Cowichan Valley Regional District
various locations

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Web-Graphic-EGFT-2014Save the date for Cowichan Green
Community’s 5th Annual Edible
Garden & Farm Tour, happening
Saturday, August 16th, and
August 17th from 10AM – 3PM on both days.

Don’t miss out on this great
opportunity to taste and learn from
inspiring local gardens and farms!


Details: Come hear the history behind some of the most impressive, striking, and tastiest edible gardens and farms the Cowichan Region has to offer. Each day will showcase 7 gardens and farms to visit. Attendees are given the chance to meet the very hands behind the shovels, and to take away gardening secrets, tips, and techniques for growing their own food. This self-guided tour will leave you in awe of incredible edible landscapes can form through pure devotion and passion.

Ticket Prices: $15 for CGC members; $20 for non-members; and $30 for families (two adults and their children 18 and under).

Where to purchase tickets: Garden Pantry Thrift Store, 360 Duncan Street, Duncan BC

If you would like to have an idea of what to expect on the tour, you can view this short video filmed and created by Matteus Clement. This film is a compilation of footage from last years Edible Garden & Farm Tour from 2013. 

For more information please call Alyssa at 250-748-8506, visit the Garden Pantry Thrift Store at 360 Duncan Street, or e-mail alyssa@cowichangreencommunity.org






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