Food in the Park - wild plants and education garden, Downsview Park

Sun Aug 27, 2017, Toronto, ON

Stewardship is the act of maintaining or improving a naturalized area, helping to ensure natural areas provide clean water, air, food and shelter. The Food in the Park program will explore connections between stewardship actions and food security through three main program elements: supporting native wild plant populations through direct stewardship actions, foraging for wild edibles, and tending to and harvesting from the Downsview Park education garden.

At Downsview Park, stewardship is fun, easy and meaningful!

• Connect with your food through nature
• Take home free food
• Protect your food through stewardship; give more than you take!

Our stewardship programs will run through September 2017. Please check event to confirm program dates and times.

Weekdays - Every 1st and 3rd Thursday from 6 -8 PM
Weekends - every 2nd and 4th Sunday from 10 -12 AM

What You Should Bring:
• Bar or container (to take food home)
• Long pants and closed toe shoes
• Clothes that can get dirty

Please check our event page for program details and to RSVP.

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For more information:

Contact Name: Allison Best
Website: http://en.downsviewpark.ca/educate/Stewardship
Phone: 4169522160
E-mail: Downsvieweducation (at) clc.ca



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