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Mon, May 15

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Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Growing native plants in the garden: a foragers perspective

Join us to listen to an informative talk on growing native plants in the garden for the purposes of semi-agriculture and biodiversity. Dave Drummond, aka the YQR Naturalist will relay his experiences with growing and gathering native plants for the pantry. Plus how you too can potentially turn you

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Growing native plants in the garden: a foragers perspective

Time & Location

May 15, 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Royal Saskatchewan Museum, 2445 Albert St, Regina, SK S4P 4W7, Canada

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About the Event

Join us to listen to an informative talk on growing native plants in the garden dlfor the purposes of semi-agriculture and biodiversity. Dave Drummond, aka the YQR Naturalist will relay his experiences with growing and gathering native plants for the pantry. Plus how you too can potentially turn your yard into a functional habitat you can also eat.

Members are welcome to attend in person or virtually. 

To attend virtually: a Zoom link will be provided via email to registrants 3 days before the event

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