February 19th: Seedy Saturday!

Victoria’s premier networking and educational event for gardeners of all abilities! Join us at the first gardening event of the year that features:

  • open-pollinated, organic, heritage and unique vegetable and flower * seeds for sale direct from the growers
  • specialty and native plants, perennials, bulbs, bamboos, rare trees, * succulents
  • vegetable seedlings
  • small fruits, fruit and nut trees
  • products from and for the garden
  • cheese, fish, eggs, preserves, local produce, flowers, herbs
  • mason bee boxes, honey, books
  • garden club and non-profit displays and demonstrations
  • Master Gardeners

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he Insights West survey conducted for Maclean’s found 82 per cent of respondents believe there should be new federal legislation that guarantees equal pay for work of equal value in Canada.

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Socially responsible investing gets a Trump bump

Last year, investors plugged $6.4-billion into socially responsible mutual funds and exchange-traded funds, according to Jon Hale, head of sustainable investing research at Morningstar.

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