Winter Newsletter 2018
Now available on our website or by mail
Our Winter 2018 issue of the Friends of the Farm newsletter is now available on the
Hard copies will soon be delivered to those who indicated on their
membership form they wish to receive them by mail (another great reason to become a
In the Friends' winter newsletter, Roman Popadiouk directs our attention to the remarkable world of buds and bark and how they power the future of a tree. Julianne Labreche shares her story of going grassless. Inspired by others' successes, she describes the steps she took to dispense with her lawnmower.
Also in this issue, Dan Brunton tells us why James Fletcher, the Farm's first botanist and entomologist, was recently honoured as a significant Canadian. The heritage buildings at the Dominion Observatory campus are highlighted, and we meet Neville Ward, life member of the Friends of the Farm, who is a champion of good causes.
| Farm Fun - Winter 1977 by Sharon Bernard
The photo to the left was taken at the Central Experimental Farm in the winter of 1977 by Sharon Bernard.
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