If Trees Could Talk: McGill's Edible Campus


Redpath Museum Meet on front steps, rain or shine., 859 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 0C4, CA
FREE, Everyone welcome.

If Trees Could Talk: McGill's Edible Campus 

Learn about the exciting campus gardens that provide fresh produce for Santropol Roulant every summer. Your guide Pierre-Vincent, the Director of the  Programme d'agriculture urbaine - Urban Agriculture Program, will show you how the A-frames, hoophouses and self-watering containers work to make urban gardening sustainable on McGill's Edible Campus.

These monthly tree talks are inspired by Bronwyn Chester's Island of Trees. A limited edition print of an article Bronwyn Chester wrote about the Jack Pine will be available for a minimum $15 contribution. At the door. 

Everyone welcome. Free, no reservations necessary.

Meet: on the front steps of the  Museum, rain or shine.

Organized by: Annie-Lou Chester-Bronwyn's sister- and McGill Science Outreach.

PHOTO shows students at McGill's Edible Campus circa 2009. Taken from:http://www.bustler.net/index.php/article/national_urban_design_awards/