GARDEN WORKSHOP: More than three dozen people gathered at the Kwalikum Food Forest at KSS to take part in a free workshop that explored gardening from an Aboriginal perspective. Standing here in the middle of the circle are Madeleine Dwyer

Garden workshop in Qualicum Beach

More than three dozen people gathered at the Kwalikum Food Forest at KSS to take part in a free workshop

  • Apr. 14, 2015 4:00 p.m.

GARDEN WORKSHOP: More than three dozen people gathered at the Kwalikum Food Forest at KSS to take part in a free workshop that explored gardening from an Aboriginal perspective. Standing here in the middle of the circle are Madeleine Dwyer, left, and Carrie Reid, who lead the class. The event was part of the Brant Wildlife Festival and was supported by the Mount Arrowsmith Biosphere Reserve.

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