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Please join us for a worm composter workshop where you will learn and build your own worm composter that you can take home at the end of the course.Beyond buying local food, part of food security and sustainability is to acquire all the required growing materials, including fertilizer, soil and seed, locally. According to sustainabletable.org, as much as forty percent of energy used in the food system goes towards the production of artificial fertilizers and pesticides. And according to the…See More
Dig In! Campus Agriculture Presents... What You Need to Know to Grow! Winter Event Series Session 1: How to Start a Food Garden Open to all! Tuesday, January 17, 2011 2:00 - 4:00pm South Dining Room, Hart House This is the first of three sessions in our What You Need to Know to Grow winter event series. Sure it’s cold outside, the trees are bare and the grass is brown... But what better way to beat the winter blues than to get excited about gardening?! Really though, seed starting can begin as…See More
You asked for it. You got it. Back when we showed "The End of Suburbia", there was a near unanimous request to show the follow-up film, "Escape from Suburbia," so that's exactly what we're doing.Escape from Suburbia chronicles the journey of three people (Kate Holloway, Philip Botwinick and Carol Steinman) as they struggle to do what they feel is best within the coming era after Peak Oil. Where The End of Suburbia was direct and brutally honest, Escape from Suburbia is a rich interplay on the…See More