The GARDENS Pod Sites are located in Adobigok, known as “Place of the Black Alders” in the Ojibwe Anishinaabe language. The land on which they are built is uniquely situated along GabeKanang Ziibi, the Humber River, providing an integral connection for Indigenous peoples between the northern shore of Lake Ontario and the Lake Simcoe Georgian Bay region. In honouring the land, we are walking in the moccasin tracks of our ancestors and leaving our footprints for the future generations to come.

- Shelley Charles, Former Humber College Elder

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TIP OF THE WEEK
September 21, 2020

Collect Seeds for Next Season!

You may notice as the season is coming to an end that some of your vegetables have sprouted flowers. Often these flowers contain seeds which can be dried and planted next season!

RESOURCE OF THE WEEK

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