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Ravines, Nature and Ecology

Date/Time Event
Saturday, September 28, 2019
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Creating a Wildlife-friendly Garden Workshop Creating a Wildlife-friendly Garden Workshop

NEW! Join the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) and TBG for an interactive workshop on wildlife-friendly gardens. Learn how to attract and support birds, butterflies and other wildlife through careful plant selection, maintenance and design. Receive professional guidance on your own garden projects, assistance with CWF garden certification, the CWF Wildlife-friendly Gardening Guide, and the Ontario Invasive Plant Council Grow Me Instead booklet.

[PG19F08] Sarah Coulber, Carole Wheatley and Colleen Cirillo
Public $75, Members $60

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Thursday, October 10, 2019
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
TBG’s Urban Ravine Symposium TBG’s Urban Ravine Symposium

Through tours, talks, displays and networking, this event will contribute greatly to the growing enthusiasm and expertise for urban ravine restoration. Check-out the exciting presentation line-up – a little science, a little art, and a whole lot of inspiration! More details will be added throughout the summer. Price includes all presentations, lunch and coffee breaks.

Click here for the draft symposium agenda.
Click here for speaker and tour guide bios.

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Friday, October 11, 2019
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
TBG’s Urban Tree Workshop TBG’s Urban Tree Workshop

NEW! Henry Hughes of Birmingham Botanical Garden’s Centennial Trees will provide detailed advice on establishing and maintaining a native tree seed bank, seed propagation, seedling care, planting with volunteers, and long-term stewardship. Plant and take home native tree seedlings. Lunch included.

Early bird registration prices in effect until September 20. Register for the symposium and tree workshop at the same time to save.

[PG19F10] Henry Hughes
Public $100, Members $85

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Thursday, October 17, 2019
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Growing Native Plants from Seed Growing Native Plants from Seed

NEW! Join TBG for this hands-on workshop taught by Stefan Weber, an experienced grower and educator. Discover the great diversity and beauty of southern Ontario’s flora and their important role in native plant protection. Learn how to identify, collect, store and propagate the seeds of select native herbaceous (soft-stemmed) plants, and tour the TBG’s new native seedbeds and plantings. Lists of easy-to-grow species for home gardens and ravine restoration will be provided.

[PG19F11] Stefan Weber
Public $75, Members $60

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Prices include tax.

TBG Members receive FREE PARKING and discounts on courses. Not a member? Join today! Membership starts at $45

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