It occurred to me, after the CBC did an on air radio interview and a TV news piece on the Truck Farm, that people might want to actually have a close encounter with the Truck Farm.
So here are some upcoming events where you can find us:
- June 8: Strathcona Sustainable Garden Fair at the Strathcona Community Centre located at 601 Keefer Street. I am giving two workshops: Growing with Lego and how to make the worlds cheapest and easiest self watering planter. We will also have seed collections available for sale.
- Father’s Day, Sunday, June 16: 28th & main for Car Free Day. We will be doing a workshop for kids as well. Hoping to find some tiny plastic toy pickup trucks for them to plant microgreens in but we may have to change to a different “pot”. We will also have seed collections available for sale.
- July 6 & 7, 2013: Epic sustainable Living Festival at VanDeusen Gardens. We will also have seed collections available for sale.
- Saturday July 20 2013: VanCity’s Member Appreciation event at Loutet Farms.
- In August it will be at the PNE.
- And at some point it is summer it will be going back into the Sustainability Exhibit at Science World.
- Make It
- Got Graft
- Eastside Flea
- BC Home & Garden Show Feb 19 – 23,2014
- Vancouver Master Gardeners Seedy Saturday at Van Dusen Gardens Feb 22, 2014.
- Portobello West Season Opener, 11am – 5pm Saturday March 22nd & Sunday March 23rd at the Creekside Community Centre (Olympic Village)
- Spade to Spoon – Strathcona’s own garden to table event: this special fundraiser will offer everything from seed to plate and everything in between with speakers, including Peter Ladner author of The Urban Food Revolution, and Scott Henderson on mushrooms, as well as demonstrations, movie shorts, the Truck Farm and a select group of proprietors of all things garden with a touch of deliciousness. To help with the fundraising, all vendors are donating 10% of sales to the Lord Strathcona Vertical Garden project.
10-4, Saturday, March 29, 2014 at the Strathcona Community Centre, adults $5, students $2, 0-12 yrs free