Wild Minds Week 7

I have said it before that Strathcona and Cottonwood gardens offer such a wonderful variety of learning experiences to keep the youth interested. It is the beauty of semi wild, diverse spaces. This week we cleared some more invasive plants and bushes in preparation to plant more native species and to create a food forest structure in the Environmental Youth Alliance garden area. The youth also installed some birdhouses they made, we picked apples and other fruits, learned more about pollinators and pollinator attracting flowers, and did some seed saving.

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