We have started a community garden initiative. We have been hosting meetings over the winter, work parties for the garden boxes, planting party. This is to help low income families learn how to plant their own gardens and to assist with food security. Our Eagle Program is also participating by having 2 boxes to grow potatoes and vegetables for our centre.
We have received funding to assist with the development of our Cultural Yard to create a cultural learning space. We have used this funding to develop a gazebo where the elders can do tanning hides, smoking fish/meat, canning, basket making and other activities with our children and community members in our Cultural Yard.