March 20 General Meeting Features
Unfortunately, our scheduled Guest Speaker, Chanchal Cabrera
has become ill after a very long trip back from the UK. Therefore, she will be unable to speak on the topic of Shinrin Yoku as planned. Chanchal has provided us with a recorded talk on Shinrin Yoku that she did a few weeks ago (alas, without the pictures). You can find that talk (and other topics that may be of interest) that presented at The Plant Medicine Summit at https://shiftnetwork.infusionsoft.com/go/pmd17a16677/a16677
Instead, Lynda Smith will be speaking about “Gardening with Kids.” For those of you that have children or grandchildren that you would like to get involved the garden and the hobby of gardening, this topic is going to be of great interest to you.
Lynda Smith joins the growing number of people who are taking responsibility for their own food security by planting gardens, fruit shrubs, and trees. Lynda can assist in enlarging your current growing space or help with weekly maintenance for your food garden. Whether you aspire to have a few veggie pots on the patio, or grow a self-sufficient food supply, Lynda can help you reach your goals through inspiration and/or perspiration. Join her as she encourages others and shares her knowledge. You can check out more about Lynda and her “Lawn to Food” initiative at www.lawntofood.com
Spring is full of surprises and we have some for you as well. This meeting is our “Spring a Friend” meeting. All guests are invited at NO CHARGE, so come join us at the Courtenay Filberg to listen to this intriguing presentation. Doors open at 6:45 pm. Annual memberships are still available for $20 ($30 family couple). Membership brings many, many benefits, like discounts at local retailers and our Members Plant Sale in April!