NANPS is proud to co-host this talk by Nancy Turner, at the Toronto Botanical Garden on September 27, 2018
Nancy will present some of the most interesting wild berry species, describing their cultural significance, traditional harvesting and processing techniques, and population threats. She will also demonstrate how many wild berry species are easily propagated, and grow particularly well in garden settings where they provide beauty, interest and food.
This event is free for NANPS & TBG members!
Tickets and more information here