The North Columbia Environmental Society’s Garden Guru series continued last week with a banner and sign painting workshop for children and youth. The new signs being produced here will adorn the composting system at the Revelstoke United Church. Pictured (from left) are Sara Jeffery

Compost spruced up

The North Columbia Environmental Society’s Garden Guru series continued last week with a banner and sign painting event

Photo: The North Columbia Environmental Society’s Garden Guru series continued last week with a banner and sign painting workshop for children and youth. The new signs being produced here will adorn the composting system at the Revelstoke United Church. Pictured (from left) are Sara Jeffery, Melissa Hemphill with Felix and Leila Daigle, Allison Lambert and Leanne Harasum. The series also featured an introduction to angling workshop last week. Next up is a June 23 workshop by Nadja Luckau exploring what it takes to turn a field into a garden. See the Revelstoke Times Review Community Calendar for details.

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