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FARM JOB: NELSON, BC: Rose Cottage Garden Manager

Posted by Moss Dance on July 20, 2017

Rose Cottage Garden

Rose Cottage Garden in Nelson, BC is looking for an experienced and knowledgeable gardener for the annual growing season in our permaculture garden. About Rose Cottage Garden Rose Cottage garden is an urban farm in Uphill Nelson: The 1/3 acre organic gardens at Rose Cottage go back over a 100 years and were able to feed a family of 9 during the Great Depression. Presently there are 100s of species of plants in the gardens.. which surround the Rose Cottage Birthing House where mothers and their families come to give birth. There are great opportunities to expand the medicine plants, many … Continue reading FARM JOB: NELSON, BC: Rose Cottage Garden Manager

SKILL SHARE: Germinate Carrots in late summer – Edible Garden Project

Posted by Moss Dance on October 25, 2016

Skill Share - Carrots Ripple Farm

This post is the first in a series of skill share videos from the Edible Garden Project in Vancouver, BC! Stay tuned for more practical farm & garden how-to videos. The heat of summer can make germinating carrots challenging! Holly Rooke, Farm Manager for the North Shore Neighbourhood House’s Edible Garden Project, walks us through a low-tech way to promote germination in hot dry weather. North Shore Food Charter Implementation: Germinating Carrots from Emily Jubenvill on Vimeo.

Interested In Seed Production? Dan Brisebois in Conversation

Posted by Jordan Marr on February 15, 2013

Dan Brisebois

The latest two episodes of The Ruminant Podcast (available on the iTunes store and here) feature a conversation with Dan Brisebois, a young farmer with the Tournesol Farm Cooperative near Montreal, Quebec. Part one deals with the basics of getting started in veggie seed production, with an emphasis on how to incorporate seed production into an extant fresh veggie operation. In part two, Dan gives advice on how to find buyers for your seed and shares some resources for seed producers. Dan is very knowledgeable and articulate, so would-be seed producers should check it out!