UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS

Numerous horticultural events throughout the community, including workshops by the Master Gardeners, and films. Check the Calendar for more events and details.

Seed: The Untold Story

Sponsored by Kamloops Food Policy Council & Kamloops Regional Farmers Market.

Part of the Films for Change series sponsored by TRU’s Office of Environment and Sustainability
A panel discussion to follow the screening | Admission by donation

Doors open at 6:30, film starts at 7 PM
TRU Alumni Theatre (Clocktower) | 900 McGill Road

Kamloops Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          9:30 to 1:30     OLPH Parish Center 635 Tranquille Rd.   Kamloops, BC
WORKSHOPS  -  SUPPLIES  -  BUY or EXCHANGE SEEDS, PLANTS, ROOT STOCK

Admission $2 per person. Seniors, Students or Transit Pass holders No Charge

Contact: info [at] ssolgardens.com

CELEBRATE LOCAL FOOD PRODUCTION!

…more Seedy Saturdays…    https://www.seeds.ca/events

 

LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

Thompson Shuswap Master  Gardeners’ Events

February 09, 2019 STARTING SEEDS
March 02, 2019 PRUNING: FRUIT & ORNAMENTAL TREES
March 06, 2019 BUMBLES, HAIRY BELLIES AND POLLEN PANTS
March 09, 2019 PRUNING: SHRUBS
March 30, 2019 DIRT vs SOIL

FOG EVENTS

For more information on FOG events see our Special Events page

CAMPUS MAP

NEW:
Lisa N. has created a facebook group under the name Thompson Rivers University Friends of the Gardens. She will be posting plant photos and reminders of upcoming events, including seasonal garden tours and FOG meetings.

The TRU Friends of the Gardens (FOG) will enrich people’s lives through its ongoing horticultural education and research programs. This mission statement will be implemented in the following ways:

Membership in TRU FOG shall be open to any member of the public. An annual membership fee shall be established and reviewed by the Executive Committee of FOG, subject to ratification at the subsequent annual general membership meeting.

The TRU Friends of the Gardens (FOG)

    Enriching people’s lives through ongoing horticultural education and research programs.

    • Encourage and promote awareness of horticultural and related issues
    • Create education opportunities for all age groups
    • Properly exhibit, preserve and expand the TRU horticultural plant inventory
    • Offer an exchange and provide evaluation of both new and heritage plant material
    • Provide a bridge between TRU and the horticultural community

TRU Friends of the Garden is a member of the BC Council of Garden Clubs.

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