Nov. 8th: Marcy Adzich, Green-Up-Fruit trees and Vegetable gardening

vegetable-gardenUrban Orchards is a growing movement throughout the world, where communities strive to address food security and improve pollinator ecology in dense urban environments. Many heritage fruit tree varieties have been lost due to the commercialization of fruit, and some innovative new varieties are being created which are disease resistant. Learn more about some great urban orchard projects, varieties of fruit trees you can plant in our bio-region and simple tips to care for your fruit trees. Throughout the talk Marcy will also include information about growing vegetables in your own backyard. From soil health to her favourite edibles.

Marcy Adzich is the Manager of GreenUP Ecology Park .Marcy holds a Masters Degree in Visual Arts and has been teaching in post secondary institutions and community education programs for over 15 years across Canada and the US. Marcy shares her skills and expertise as an experienced landscape designer, local food advocate, beekeeper and citizen arborist working to develop meaningful environmental programs and projects in the Peterborough community since 2011.

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