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Homegrown Canadians

A group for the Canadians who join Homegrown. Our growing season and wild foraging can be a little different than some of our american and global counterparts! Let's talk about it.

Location: Providence Bay
Members: 18
Latest Activity: Oct 4, 2013

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Where in Canada Are You? 1 Reply

... And is the snow gone yet? I'm in Quebec, outside of Montreal (zone 5b) and in the last week my lot has gone from about 4' of snow to less than 1'! This weekend I'm starting all my seeds (they'll…Continue

Tags: spring

Started by Jennifer. Last reply by Armida Sawan Mar 20, 2011.

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Comment by SaveEarth SaveLives on January 29, 2013 at 10:28pm

sharing eco-friendly concepts for the local community . . . 

Nature-In-Buckets - saving plastic pails and buckets off our dumpsters and landfills and putting nature to work inside it . . .

Comment by SaveEarth SaveLives on January 29, 2013 at 10:20pm

Greetings from Kincardine, Ontario :)

Comment by Kurt Hick on January 27, 2013 at 11:57pm

I am living in Bruce County close to the shore of Lake Huron. We call it here the land of the horizontal snow. Lots of snow right now, so living of the lettuse grown in my baement right now.

Comment by Nancy Deno on April 24, 2011 at 9:33am
I am in Southern Ontario (Chatham) about an hour from the U.S. boarder. It is a cold spring here this year which isn't the norm. My spinach is sprouting and other cold crops are starting to grow. We are rebuilding our backyard this year to grow more things and have acquired a plot at the community garden in our neighbourhood.
 

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