The Heritage Gardeners are always accepting new volunteers to help in the gardens, plan events and assist with the implementation of the program. No gardening experience required! Join today! … More Looking For Volunteers!
By Community Outreach Intern The first official day of summer has arrived and has brought sunshine to our Waterfront gardens. All of our volunteers are working hard and really representing the Heritage Gardeners well. This season, a graduate student from the University of Guelph will be conducting her research project along the Waterfront. Many daily … More Research Project Underway
We are always in search of volunteers! If you have a green thumb, or wanting to be more active in the community, check out the poster below and contact us!
Hope to see you there!
Communities Growing Food By Community Outreach Intern On Thursday July 12, from 6 PM – 7 PM there will be an Education Night at The Gathering Place Gardens. The event is hosted by the North Bay Heritage Gardeners and presented by Damian MacSeáin discussing Communities Growing Food. Education Nights are a fundamental element in our … More July Education Night
Horticultural Therapy By Community Outreach Intern The North Bay Heritage Gardeners are a group of community-minded people working together to improve the Heritage Gardens beautification, promote horticultural stewardship and encourage people to engage in our environmental program. NBHG works diligently to promote our 50+ garden beds along the two-mile walk that follows Lake Nipissing. The garden … More Garden for Your Health
By The Executive Team The North Bay Heritage Gardener’s size has grown exponentially in the last decade or so, with new additions to our office staff and an abundance of new recruits for the Waterfront gardens. While our dutiful office team is constantly striving to coordinate what is going on around the flower beds on … More Executive Positions Available
2018 Waterfront Cleanup recap By Community Outreach Intern As the winter season came to an end after its prolonged stay, the subsequent accumulation of debris and litter muddles the beautiful waterfront beds that we work so diligently to keep flourishing. Each year a team of appreciated gardeners gather to collectively restore the flower beds and … More Annual Spring Waterfront Cleanup Recap
New Community Outreach Intern By the Executive Team The 2018 gardening season is upon us, and with it comes a new addition to our Heritage Gardeners team! Since early 2017, Jade Scognamillo has been acting as our Volunteer Coordinator/Director, overseeing the volunteer program with which comes a lot of responsibility. Jade has been a wonderful … More Welcoming a New Addition to our Team!
Heritage Gardeners Bee Homes By Hilary Wildcat There are many benefits to having bee homes in gardens for both the bees and as well as the garden itself. Bees provide the plants with pollen, which in turn creates a more desirable flower or plant. Along with giving the bees a sustainable place to thrive healthily. … More Bee Homes