Upcoming events

26 May 2015 6:00 PM (PDT) • Trout Lake Beach within the John Hendry Park: The park entry is at Lakewood and East 13th Avenue (Broadway Skytrain Station). Meeting place is at the beach located at the South end of the lake near the bathrooms and Gazebo. We will start at 6pm sharp!
28 May 2015 6:30 PM • 130 West Broadway, Vancouver (at MEC's store)
04 Jun 2015 6:00 PM (PDT) • Kitsilano Neighbourhood House - 2305 West 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6K 1Y4
06 Jun 2015 11:00 AM • Jericho East Beach
16 Jun 2015 7:00 PM • 130 West Broadway, Vancouver (at MEC's store)
18 Jun 2015 6:00 PM (PDT) • Kitsilano Neighbourhood House, 2305 West 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC, V6K 1Y4

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Upcoming events

    • 26 May 2015
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (PDT)
    • Trout Lake Beach within the John Hendry Park: The park entry is at Lakewood and East 13th Avenue (Broadway Skytrain Station). Meeting place is at the beach located at the South end of the lake near the bathrooms and Gazebo. We will start at 6pm sharp!
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    Learn to identify edible and medicinal plants growing in Vancouver neighbourhoods! Foraging the city is a great way to get grounded in your neighborhood by getting to know your neighbors whether they are plant, mineral, animal or human.  

    Students will learn about: 

    • How to identify edible plants growing wild in city
    • The importance of eating from a local environment
    • Common uses of edible/medicinal plants in the area

    Instructor: Sonja Hebert

    Sonja is an herbalist, and budding wild crafter. She has been involved in community building through co-operative living for 10 years. Adding to previous herbal studies, she completed a course in 2012 through the Urban Herb School that shifted her paradigm and relationship to herbs within the local ecology. She has been foraging the city for edibles ever since. 

    Cancellation Policy: SPEC reserves the right to cancel any course or reduce the number of instructional hours, should the class not reach 50% capacity 5 days before the class. In the event that a course is cancelled, SPEC will offer students the option of transferring to another course, or obtaining a full refund.

    Refund Policy: All cancellations must be made at least 5 working days before the start of the course by contacting fieldschool@spec.bc.ca or 604.736.7732. No reimbursement within 5 days of hosting the course. A 5$ processing fee is charged for cancellations. There is no fee for transferring the registration to another person.


    • 28 May 2015
    • 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • 130 West Broadway, Vancouver (at MEC's store)

    Come join our Go Solar Tours this spring and summer to learn how to:

    • Learn about solar energy from an expert
    • Identify different types of solar panels
    • Determine the costs and savings of Installing solar panels
    • Make your home/building solar ready
    • Integrate solar energy Into a building
    • Move away from fossil fuels and into renewables

    This tour is a community collaboration, and we’d like to thank our partners, MEC for providing the roof space and Bullfrog Power for funding this project.

    The array generates about 10 kwh per day, and over 3000 kwh annually. It has enough power to run a modest energy efficient household!


    • 04 Jun 2015
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (PDT)
    • Kitsilano Neighbourhood House - 2305 West 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6K 1Y4
    • 13

    Got bugs on your balcony? Wilted plants in your yard? Join us as we explore pests in the garden with practical tips for creating pest-free places.

    Students will learn about: 

    • Common pests in the garden
    • Organic pest control options
    • Importance of plant diversity for healthy gardens

    Students will get hands-on experience with: 

    • Assessing plant health
    • Identifying garden insects
    • Using organic pest controls

     
    We encourage you to bring with you questions on specific insects or disease issues you might have, the instructor will do her best to address these. If you can, please send a short description of the issue by email in advance of the class.


    Instructor: Kiara Jack

    Kiara has a Diploma in Environmental Studies from Langara College and a B.Sc in Global Resource Systems from UBC. She is a Professional Agrologist with the BCIA and has completed the Seed Potato Certification Inspectors’ Training Course with the CFIA. Kiara specializes in Integrated Pest Management for conventional and organic potatoes and vegetables, as well as, seed potatoes.  She has also monitored blueberries, strawberries, raspberries and cranberries. Her research has focused on tuber damage reduction at harvest, two spotted spider mite and thrips control in potatoes, and pest and disease control options for organic production.  She has experience collaborating with members of the government and industry and farm worker experience in conventional, organic and permaculture farming systems.

    Cancellation Policy: SPEC reserves the right to cancel any course or reduce the number of instructional hours, should the class not reach 50% capacity 5 days before the class. In the event that a course is cancelled, SPEC will offer students the option of transferring to another course, or obtaining a full refund.

    Refund Policy: All cancellations must be made at least 5 working days before the start of the course by contacting fieldschool@spec.bc.ca or 604.736.7732. No reimbursement within 5 days of hosting the course. A 5$ processing fee is charged for cancellations. There is no fee for transferring the registration to another person.

    • 06 Jun 2015
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Jericho East Beach

    Come celebrate World Ocean Day by joining SPEC in cleaning up Jericho Beach! 



    • 16 Jun 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • 130 West Broadway, Vancouver (at MEC's store)

    Come join our Go Solar Tours this spring and summer to learn how to:

    • Learn about solar energy from an expert
    • Identify different types of solar panels
    • Determine the costs and savings of Installing solar panels
    • Make your home/building solar ready
    • Integrate solar energy Into a building
    • Move away from fossil fuels and into renewables

    This tour is a community collaboration, and we’d like to thank our partners, MEC for providing the roof space and Bullfrog Power for funding this project.

    The array generates about 10 kwh per day, and over 3000 kwh annually. It has enough power to run a modest energy efficient household!


    • 18 Jun 2015
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (PDT)
    • Kitsilano Neighbourhood House, 2305 West 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC, V6K 1Y4
    • 15

    Learn to grow your vegetable garden in a world with dwindling water resources.

    Students will learn about: 

    • When to irrigate 
    • How much to irrigate 
    • Irrigation for gardens and small-scale systems 
    • Water-wise practices 
    • Rainwater collection 
    • Drought tolerant crops 
    • Improving soil drainage 

    Students will get hands-on experience with: 

    • How to measure soil water content by hand 
    • Choosing the best irrigation system (drip, micro-sprinkler, etc) for your garden

    Instructor: Dr. Jose Celedon

    Jose grew up spending his summer holidays and weekends helping at his uncle’s Farm where he learned his first lessons about growing vegetables and fruits. Since then, he has been always involved with different farming activities, from driving tractors to fixing irrigation pipes. Jose worked in irrigation research for the Chilean Ministry of Agriculture and developed teaching material in water management and irrigation for the University of Chile. He obtained a PhD in Horticultural Sciences at the University of Florida, USA. Currently, Jose is doing Postdoctoral studies in genetics of tree defenses against insects at the University of British Columbia in addition to collaborating with the UBC Farm to improve their irrigation system and practices.

    Cancellation Policy: SPEC reserves the right to cancel any course or reduce the number of instructional hours, should the class not reach 50% capacity 5 days before the class. In the event that a course is cancelled, SPEC will offer students the option of transferring to another course, or obtaining a full refund.

    Refund Policy: All cancellations must be made at least 5 working days before the start of the course by contacting fieldschool@spec.bc.ca or 604.736.7732. No reimbursement within 5 days of hosting the class. A 5$ processing fee is charged for cancellations. There is no fee for transferring the registration to another person.


    • 25 Jun 2015
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (PDT)
    • Kitsilano Neighbourhood House - 2305 West 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC, V6K 1Y4
    • 13

    Learn to preserve high acid fruits and vegetables using the boiling water bath canning method!

    The workshop will consist of a presentation and hands-on canning session in which participants will have the opportunity to make preserves using local, seasonal ingredients. Registration includes all supplies and participants will take home two jars of preserves.

    Students will learn about: 

    • Food safe practices for boiling water bath canning of high acid and acidified foods (fruit and pickles)
    • Sources for canning equipment, tools and ingredients
    • Canning through the seasons

    Important note: For safety, please wear closed toed shoes to this class.

    Instructor: Caitlin Dorward

    Caitlin Dorward is an avid canner who loves cracking open a jar of home-canned peaches in mid-January. She has been teaching canning workshops with SPEC since 2009 and is Food Safe and Market Safe certified. When she's not canning, Caitlin works as a Research Associate at the Institute for Sustainable Food Systems at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, and as a graduate student studying sustainable agriculture at UBC. She has seven years of experience working on community food security and food systems issues, including two years as a SPEC Director


    Cancellation Policy: SPEC reserves the right to cancel any course or reduce the number of instructional hours, should the class not reach 50% capacity 5 days before the class. In the event that a course is cancelled, SPEC will offer students the option of transferring to another course, or obtaining a full refund.

    Refund Policy: All cancellations must be made at least 5 working days before the start of the course by contacting fieldschool@spec.bc.ca or 604.736.7732. No reimbursement within 5 days of hosting the course. A 5$ processing fee is charged for cancellations. There is no fee for transferring the registration to another person.


    • 11 Jul 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • 130 West Broadway, Vancouver (at MEC's store)

    Come join our Go Solar Tours this spring and summer to learn how to:

    • Learn about solar energy from an expert
    • Identify different types of solar panels
    • Determine the costs and savings of Installing solar panels
    • Make your home/building solar ready
    • Integrate solar energy Into a building
    • Move away from fossil fuels and into renewables

    This tour is a community collaboration, and we’d like to thank our partners, MEC for providing the roof space and Bullfrog Power for funding this project.

    The array generates about 10 kwh per day, and over 3000 kwh annually. It has enough power to run a modest energy efficient household!


    • 18 Jul 2015
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (PDT)
    • Trout Lake Beach within the John Hendry Park: The park entry is at Lakewood and East 13th Avenue (Broadway Skytrain Station). Meeting place is at the beach located at the South end of the lake near the bathrooms and Gazebo. We will start at 6pm sharp!
    • 11

    Learn to identify edible and medicinal plants growing in Vancouver neighbourhoods! Foraging the city is a great way to get grounded in your neighborhood by getting to know your neighbors whether they are plant, mineral, animal or human.  

    Students will learn about: 

    • How to identify edible plants growing wild in city
    • The importance of eating from a local environment
    • Common uses of edible/medicinal plants in the area 

    Instructor: Sonja Hebert

    Sonja is an herbalist, and budding wild crafter. She has been involved in community building through co-operative living for 10 years. Adding to previous herbal studies, she completed a course in 2012 through the Urban Herb School that shifted her paradigm and relationship to herbs within the local ecology. She has been foraging the city for edibles ever since.

    Cancellation Policy: SPEC reserves the right to cancel any course or reduce the number of instructional hours, should the class not reach 50% capacity 5 days before the class. In the event that a course is cancelled, SPEC will offer students the option of transferring to another course, or obtaining a full refund.

    Refund Policy: All cancellations must be made at least 5 working days before the start of the course by contacting fieldschool@spec.bc.ca or 604.736.7732. No reimbursement within 5 days of hosting the course. A 5$ processing fee is charged for cancellations. There is no fee for transferring the registration to another person.


    • 01 Aug 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PDT)
    • Community Garden - Guelph and 7th, Vancouver, BC
    • 14

    Join this course to meet a queen! 



    After discussing bee ecology and safety, we’ll slip on protective clothing and gather a hive of 10,000 bees. Finally, we’ll sample honey from a variety of sources and discuss the importance of bees and the environment. This course is meant to only whet your appetite. Please attend an advanced course before starting your own hives.

    Students will learn about: 

    • Bee ecology
    • Beekeeping safety
    • Basic hive management
    Students will get hands-on experience with: 

    • putting on protective clothing
    • inspecting bee hives 
    • harvesting honey

    Instructor: Norm Kaethler

    Norm is a beekeeper, community gardener, and science teacher. He has worked at a boy’s school in Vancouver since 2008, where he cofounded a beekeeping and gardening club in 2011. In the 6 years between his BSc (2001) and BEd (2007), Norm worked at Pesticide Action Network North America and the BC Centre for Disease Control, where he learned the value of advocating for environmental and public health issues. He lives in Vancouver with his wife and 2 daughters.

    Cancellation Policy: SPEC reserves the right to cancel any course or reduce the number of instructional hours, should the class not reach 50% capacity 5 days before the class. In the event that a course is cancelled, SPEC will offer students the option of transferring to another course, or obtaining a full refund.

    Refund Policy: All cancellations must be made at least 5 working days before the start of the course by contacting fieldschool@spec.bc.ca or 604.736.7732. No reimbursement within 5 days of hosting the course. A 5$ processing fee is charged for cancellations. There is no fee for transferring the registration to another person.

    • 06 Aug 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • 130 West Broadway, Vancouver (at MEC's store)

    Come join our Go Solar Tours this spring and summer to learn how to:

    • Learn about solar energy from an expert
    • Identify different types of solar panels
    • Determine the costs and savings of Installing solar panels
    • Make your home/building solar ready
    • Integrate solar energy Into a building
    • Move away from fossil fuels and into renewables

    This tour is a community collaboration, and we’d like to thank our partners, MEC for providing the roof space and Bullfrog Power for funding this project.

    The array generates about 10 kwh per day, and over 3000 kwh annually. It has enough power to run a modest energy efficient household!


    • 17 Sep 2015
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (PDT)
    • Kitsilano Neighbourhood House - 2305 West 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC, V6K 1Y4
    • 14

    Learn to preserve low-acid foods using a pressure canner!

    This workshop will consist of a presentation and hands-on pressure canning session in which participants will have the opportunity to make preserves using local, seasonal ingredients. Registration includes all supplies and participants will take home a jar of preserves.

    **Please note that this workshop is not appropriate for beginner canners. Participants in this workshop should have already taken an introductory (boiling water bath) canning workshop through SPEC or elsewhere, and/or be comfortable canning high acid foods using the boiling water bath method on their own. 

    Students will learn about: 

    • Food safe practices for pressure canning of low acid foods such as vegetables, fish, meat, beans, and more. 
    • Sources for canning equipment, tools and ingredients

    Instructor: Caitlin Dorward

    Caitlin Dorward is an avid canner who loves cracking open a jar of home-canned peaches in mid-January. She has been teaching canning workshops with SPEC since 2009 and is Food Safe and Market Safe certified. When she's not canning, Caitlin works as a Research Associate at the Institute for Sustainable Food Systems at Kwantlen Polytechnic University, and as a graduate student studying sustainable agriculture at UBC. She has seven years of experience working on community food security and food systems issues, including two years as a SPEC Director.


    Cancellation Policy: SPEC reserves the right to cancel any course or reduce the number of instructional hours, should the class not reach 50% capacity 5 days before the class. In the event that a course is cancelled, SPEC will offer students the option of transferring to another course, or obtaining a full refund.

    Refund Policy: All cancellations must be made at least 5 working days before the start of the course by contacting fieldschool@spec.bc.ca or 604.736.7732. No reimbursement within 5 days of hosting the class. A 5$ processing fee is charged for cancellations. There is no fee for transferring the registration to another person.

    • 24 Sep 2015
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (PDT)
    • 650 W 57th Ave, Vancouver
    • 15

    Extend your growing season this year with a solar greenhouse! Learn how solar greenhouses use passive design features to collect and store energy from the sun rather than from other sources. 

    Students will learn about: 

    • Structure & design (including materials) 
    • Passive design features 
    • Active solar technologies 
    • Collecting & storing energy 
    • Methods of greenhouse food production 
    • Plants to use in your greenhouse

    Instructor: Rob Baxter

    Rob Baxter is a co-founder and a director of the Vancouver Renewable Energy Cooperative and Chair of SPEC's Energy Committee. He teaches a course in renewable energy for Langara College Continuing Studies. He is an advocate for renewable energy, specifically solar energy as well as sustainable transportation. Rob believes in practicing what he preaches and has constructed a solar greenhouse for his family's use.

    Cancellation Policy: SPEC reserves the right to cancel any course or reduce the number of instructional hours, should the class not reach 50% capacity 5 days before the class. In the event that a course is cancelled, SPEC will offer students the option of transferring to another course, or obtaining a full refund.

    Refund Policy: All cancellations must be made at least 5 working days before the start of the course by contacting fieldschool@spec.bc.ca or 604.736.7732. No reimbursement within 5 days of hosting the class. A 5$ processing fee is charged for cancellations. There is no fee for transferring the registration to another person. 


    • 10 Oct 2015
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (PDT)
    • T.B.D.
    • 14

    Don't just learn how to prune! Learn the art of fruit tree canopy management. From pruning cuts to maximize fruit production, to tree growth, to common diseases, to the proper shape of a canopy.


    This class will go over the theory of canopy management, followed by a hands-on portion. This this opportunity to become an urban orchardist! 

    Students will learn about: 

    • Understanding tree growth & development 
    • Canopy Architecture: Shape & size of canopy 
    • Pruning Cuts: What they are & how they are used

    Instructor: Dr. Kent Mullinix

    In addition to his extensive research and management experience, Mullinix has lived and worked on a diversified family farm in central Missouri, owned and operated (with his family for over 25 years) a pear orchard on the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains, and for 14 years provided direct oversight for the planning, establishment and management of a 45 acre organically farmed apple, sweet cherry and peach teaching and demonstration orchard in north central Washington.

    Cancellation Policy: SPEC reserves the right to cancel any course or reduce the number of instructional hours, should the class not reach 50% capacity 5 days before the class. In the event that a course is cancelled, SPEC will offer students the option of transferring to another course, or obtaining a full refund.

    Refund Policy: All cancellations must be made at least 5 working days before the start of the course by contacting fieldschool@spec.bc.ca or 604.736.7732. No reimbursement within 5 days of hosting the course. A 5$ processing fee is charged for cancellations. There is no fee for transferring the registration to another person.



Past events

10 May 2015 Go Solar Tour!
05 May 2015 Growing Food In Small Spaces
23 Apr 2015 SPEC 45th Anniversary Party
22 Apr 2015 Earth Day Tour: The Pacific Northwest and Climate Change
18 Apr 2015 Go Solar Tour!
02 Apr 2015 Grow Organic Food in Small Spaces
24 Mar 2015 Your Food Garden: Design and Planning
05 Feb 2015 Launch of the Better Transit and Transportation Coalition
05 Dec 2014 SPEC Annual General Meeting
14 Nov 2014 From the Waste Up. Living a plastic free life in Vancouver
18 Oct 2014 Fruit Tree Pruning
11 Oct 2014 Solar Greenhouses
07 Oct 2014 Save Money in your Zero Waste Kitchen
23 Sep 2014 Canning Advanced
18 Sep 2014 Growing Food in Small Spaces - Fall Edition
09 Sep 2014 Introduction to Canning
28 Aug 2014 Your Garden and Climate Change
22 Jul 2014 Urban Foraging
17 Jul 2014 Plant Protection and Garden Pests
12 Jul 2014 Beekeeping for Beginners
26 Jun 2014 Winter Harvests from Small Spaces
19 Jun 2014 Sell What you Sow
12 Jun 2014 Waterwise Gardening 101
27 May 2014 Urban Foraging
08 May 2014 Bio Remediation
15 Apr 2014 Solar Greenhouses
03 Apr 2014 Soils, Compost and Containers
25 Mar 2014 Seeding 101
20 Mar 2014 Food Garden Design, Planning and Record Keeping
13 Mar 2014 Growing Food In Small Spaces
04 Dec 2013 SPEC's 2013 Volunteer THANK-YOU and AGM Holiday Party
14 Nov 2013 Solar Greenhouses
22 Oct 2013 Growing Food In Small Spaces (Fall Edition)
17 Oct 2013 Lacto-Fermentation
17 Sep 2013 Urban Foraging
13 Sep 2013 Preserving the Harvest: Home Canning
03 Sep 2013 Managing a Direct Market Small Farm
10 Aug 2013 Beekeeping Intermediate
30 Jul 2013 Plant Disease Management
27 Jul 2013 Beekeeping For Beginners
16 Jul 2013 Carpentry for Gardeners: Garden Structures
13 Jul 2013 Chickens In The City
25 Jun 2013 Carpentry for Gardeners: Chicken Coop Building
18 Jun 2013 Growing Food In Small Spaces (Summer Edition)
11 Jun 2013 Urban Foraging
06 Jun 2013 Food Waste: Alternatives for Multi-Family Housing CANCELLED
06 Jun 2013 Pest Management
30 May 2013 Medicinal Herbs
16 May 2013 Seed Saving: Basics
11 May 2013 MarketSafe Certification
09 May 2013 Succession Planting
07 May 2013 Organic Soil Management
30 Apr 2013 Seed Starting
23 Apr 2013 Grassroots Bioremediation
20 Apr 2013 SPEC|Surfrider Kits Beach Clean Up 2013
18 Apr 2013 Growing Food In Small Spaces (Spring Edition)
13 Apr 2013 Organic Canopy Management: Fruit Tree Pruning
03 Apr 2013 Oceans & Waste
28 Mar 2013 The Urban Farmer Field School: Full-Season Registration
21 Mar 2013 Food Waste: Alternatives for Multi-Family Housing
07 Mar 2013 After School Special: Get Growing: Starting Spring Seedlings
21 Feb 2013 The Great Green Kitchen
17 Jan 2013 Going Zero Waste
28 Nov 2012 Year End Community Party and AGM
06 Nov 2012 After School Special: Planning Your Food Garden
18 Oct 2012 Living Zero Waste: Advanced
14 Oct 2012 Preserving the Harvest
06 Oct 2012 Ambleside Beach Clean Up
25 Sep 2012 Living Zero Waste
22 Sep 2012 Season Extension
18 Sep 2012 Energy Conservation for Renters
15 Sep 2012 Solar Greenhouses
09 Sep 2012 Preserving the Harvest
08 Sep 2012 Coquitlam Watershed Tour
26 Aug 2012 Capilano Watershed Tour
28 Jul 2012 The Buzz About Bees: Beekeeping for Beginners
21 Jul 2012 Fruit Tree Pruning
12 Jul 2012 Carrots and Climate Change? Implications for Urban Farming
10 Jul 2012 Growing Food in Small Spaces: Winter Edition
19 Jun 2012 Organic Pest Control for Urban Food Production
16 Jun 2012 Chickens in the City
06 Jun 2012 Carpentry for Gardeners Section 2
05 Jun 2012 Carpentry for Gardeners Section 1
26 May 2012 MarketSafe Certification
15 May 2012 Growing Food in Small Spaces
08 May 2012 Community Food Systems
02 May 2012 Urban Soil Management
17 Apr 2012 Seed Starting and Propagation
05 Apr 2012 Managing a Direct-Market Small Scale Farm
04 Mar 2012 Solar Greenhouse Workshop
05 Feb 2012 Living Zero Waste
08 Dec 2011 Annual General Meeting and Holiday Party
03 Dec 2011 Canning and Preserving
07 Nov 2011 Living Zero Waste
17 Oct 2011 Energy Conservation for Renters
20 Sep 2011 Pizza Dinner Fundraiser
10 Sep 2011 Whole Foods Living Naturally Fair
06 Aug 2011 Canning and Preserving
26 Jul 2011 Pest and Disease Management
26 Jun 2011 Climate Change and Year-Round Gardening
28 May 2011 Fundraiser Yard Sale
05 May 2011 Gardening Workshop with SVNH
11 Dec 2010 Winterize Your Home
10 Dec 2010 Annual General Meeting and Holiday Party
23 Oct 2010 Canning And Preserving Workshop
30 Sep 2010 Reducing Household Air Leakage Workshop Sep 30th
18 Sep 2010 Building and Solar Technology Tour
18 Sep 2010 SPEC Social - What We're All About!
10 Aug 2010 Building and Solar Technology Tour
17 Jul 2010 SPEC Workshop: Winter Container Planning
12 Jul 2010 Building and Solar Technology Tour
10 Jul 2010 SPEC Workshop: Agriculture and Climate Change: A Search for Low Greenhouse Gas Food
24 Jun 2010 Building and Solar Technology Tour
17 Jun 2010 SPEC Film Night - To The Tar Sands
29 May 2010 SPEC BC Solar Days - A Solar Celebration!
20 May 2010 SPEC Film Night - The Unforeseen
15 May 2010 SPEC Workshop: Waterwise & Succession Gardening
24 Apr 2010 SPEC Growing in Small Spaces Workshop at Evergreen's Earth Day Celebration
24 Apr 2010 Soil Fertility & Plant Health Management
17 Apr 2010 Birds, Bees and Biodiversity
15 Apr 2010 Building and Solar Technology Tour
10 Apr 2010 Concepts In Year Round Gardening
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