Jenny Gohl

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Name: Jenny Gohl
Date registered: 2013/06/22

Latest posts

  1. Volunteer appreciation BBQ — 2017/06/23
  2. AGM 2017 — 2017/05/21
  3. Books and links for seed savers — 2017/05/05
  4. April 6th and May 4th 2017 Monthly meetings — 2017/03/10
  5. Selecting and getting those seeds started. — 2017/01/07

Most commented posts

  1. Seedy Saturday 2017 — 8 comments
  2. Seed Saver meeting January 8th — 3 comments
  3. Plant Sale 2015 — 2 comments
  4. Meet the 2014 / 2015 Board members — 2 comments
  5. 8th Annual plant sale — 2 comments

Author's posts listings

Jun 23 2017

Volunteer appreciation BBQ

2016 BBQ (2)

All those who have volunteered with the Seed Savers this past year are invited to a BBQ on August 13th at Innisfree Farm in Royston. The BBQ will be from 4 till 7.00 so please mark your calendars. There are trees for shade and a little pond to cool off in. Nearer the time we …

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May 21 2017

AGM 2017

CV Growers and Seed Savers held their AGM on June 1st  2017. A few people availed themselves of the offer to tour Creekside Commons before the meeting. The old board was re-elected and two new members, Linda Smythe and Peter Polson agreed to join. Our speaker at this meeting was Dan Jason. Dan  lives on Salt …

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May 05 2017

Books and links for seed savers

Books Seed to Seed – Seed Saving and Growing Techniques for Vegetable Gardeners – Suzanne Ashworth Saving Seeds As if Our Lives Depended On It – Dan Jason Organic Seed Grower – John Navazio Organic Seed Production and Saving The Wisdom of Plant Heritage – Bryan Connolly The Complete Guide to Seed Saving – Cheryl …

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Mar 10 2017

April 6th and May 4th 2017 Monthly meetings

Brown Berry Cherry Tomato

Our next meeting will be on 6th April at 7.00 pm. Our topic is “how to grow the best tomatoes” with a few words from the experts and time for everyone to share their growing tips or questions.                               As usual, …

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Jan 07 2017

Selecting and getting those seeds started.

From presentation by Arzeena Hamir. Seed Catalogs – what to look for – The seed catalog companies do not grow their own seeds. They have their growers in many different places. This means that if you buy from a local company this does not mean that your seeds will be local. For this you need …

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Nov 28 2016

2017 Vendor bios.

Michael and Polypore

Get to know our vendors and visit them at Seedy Saturday. 1. Coastal Invasive Species Rachelle McElroy http://www.coastalisc.com/ rachelle@coastalisc.com Be PlantWise! Coastal ISC will be featuring alternatives to common invasive plants for your garden and how to be PlantWise! Commit to not buying invasive species and be a PlantWise ambassador. Learn about full subsidies* available …

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Nov 01 2016

Past event – Volunteer appreciation BBQ 2016

VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION BBQ The BBQ was held on Sunday August 7th from 4pm till dark  at  Innisfree Farm and Botanical Garden, 3636 Trent Rd in Royston The BBQ was open to all indiviuals who volunteered in any way with the activities of the Comox Valley Growers and Seed Savers (the invitation includes their spouse/partner and children). …

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Oct 29 2016

Seedy Saturday 2017

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” GROW ORGANIC “ 4th March from10.00 till 3.00 at the Florence Filberg Centre Curtenay Entry is $5.00 for adults. Children, members and volunteers get in free. Once again we will be hosting our seed exchange with many varieties of locally grown seeds. Only $1.00 per packet. We will aslo have many Vancouver Island seed …

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Oct 29 2016

November meeting

Date – 3rd November Time 7.00 pm Place – Creekside Commons Topic of speaker panel – HOW TO START A GARDEN.

Sep 27 2016

October 2016 monthly meeting

Mushrooms in your home and in your garden On Thursday October 6th 2016 at 7pm the Comox Valley Growers and Seed Savers are hosting Vivian Vaillant, a home mushroom grower, who will discuss the benefits of growing mushrooms in your home garden as well as how to fruit gourmet mushroom as a winter crop. Starting …

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