Spring Forth!!

It's not gardening season yet, but it IS time to get excited! With Spring around the corner, we wanted to let you know about a few things...

Winter Tracks, a Spring Break Nature Camp March 22-25 for youth ages 7-12; Only 4 spaces left!

You can become a Community Farmer and grow your own food with us- applications are available!

You can also purchase a pig that we will care for here, so you can help feed our soil while feeding your family (ethically and ecologically of course)

Order your seed starts early so you get everything you want in one place- including some starts from seeds saved here on site!

We have other events and workshops coming up - check out our calendar; and if you are looking for a space to host/teach, get in touch! Because it Takes a Village!

If you need reasons to look further into the mission, vision and values of Nurture in Nature Community Farm and Co-op, the article below has some great food for thought. The best thing we can do for ourselves and our future is to remember how much we depend on Earth and build healthier relationships in our daily lives; even if you don't have the space or the knowledge, you can GROW YOUR OWN FOOD, choose a sustainable lifestyle, and create a healthier community.

Opinion: The real cure for COVID is renewing our fractured relationship with the planet. James Maskalyk is an emergency physician, associate professor in the University of Toronto's Faculty of Medicine and author of the forthcoming book Doctor: Heal Thyself. Dave Courchene is the founder of the Turtle Lodge International Centre for Indigenous Education and Wellness and chair of its National Knowledge Keepers' Council.

Thank you for reading, and we hope you get to enjoy the last snows of the year, the spring melt as it carries nutrients down into our valley from above, the birds as they build their new nests, and the flowers as they bud. Spring only happens once a year, don't forget to get out and revel in it!

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