Edible Forest Garden to be Created by the RRCA

September 5, 2016 at 10:31 am Leave a comment

hazelnutsThe Raisin Region Conservation Authority (RRCA) in partnership with Tree Canada is proud to announce that it is taking steps in creating the areas first edible forest.

The project which is funded by Tree Canada’s Edible Trees Program, is 1 of 20 projects approved among 167 applications across Canada. The objective of the project is to provide the local community access to wild tree and shrub edibles as well as learn about the health benefits of wild foods.

Read Edible Forest Garden to be Created by the RRCA  at the Cornwall Seaway News.


Entry filed under: Food, Gardens.

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