Make A Difference Week – Volunteer Day in the Food Forest and Nursery

Food Forest and Nursery Day – Thursday, June 10th, 10am – 2pm
A Food Forest is a multi-layered diverse garden in which every plant serves several interconnected purposes. The plants are chosen for several reasons – some of which include food production, nitrogen fixing, creating mulch for soil building, and feeding pollinators. In an effort to mimic a natural forest, the plants are grown in various layers: Canopy, shrub, herbaceous layer, vining layer, rhizome layer and ground cover. A Food Forest needs less inputs including time, water and fertilizer in order to sustainably produce food and other products.
Be surrounded by nature with your hands in the dirt for this day of weeding, harvesting and planting.
To register, please email
Note: This is a weekly event!  We’re always looking for regular volunteers.  
Did you know?  
2021 – 2030 is the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration.
To celebrate the launch of this global initiative, the Galiano Conservancy will be hosting several hands-on volunteer events as part of Make a Difference Week, from June 5-13.  Join us to learn more about ecological restoration and how you can get involved locally!