Thursday, April 21, 2022 at 7:00pm

In-person and Virtual Meeting

Join us at our new meeting location or from home! (see below for details)

Speaker: Susie Everding

Presentation: Get Growing! The Evolution of a Vegetable Garden From Monoculture to Agriculture in 3 weeks

They say timing is everything and this certainly applies to vegetable growing. With a little bit of planning, preparation and your favorite calendar in hand, you can turn a mediocre harvest into a season to remember. Susie will share some of her tips that have helped convert the front lawn of her midtown Kingston house into a productive foodscape.

Susie Everding grew up on a hobby farm near Kingston. She spent years studying birds in far-flung corners of the world. When she returned to Canada, she turned her love of things that fly in the air, to things that grow in the ground. For 25 years she has been an avid vegetable grower, CSA operator and has encouraged people to try growing their own food. She is now a Master Gardener in training and actively involved in Kingston’s gardening fraternity. Having recently moved from the country to a mid-city lot, Susie has become a conspicuous and enthusiastic urban farmer in her community and will talk about science-based gardening practices to whomever will listen.

To Join GK Online with Zoom:

Members: watch for your February issue of The Columbine to register by April 20th.

Non-members: if you are interested in joining this zoom session, become a member. It’s only $20 to join, and there are many member benefits. Fill out the Membership form here and email it to

To Join in Person:

Our meeting location is 2nd floor hall of the Kingston Unitarian Place, located at 206 Concession Street, Kingston, between MacDonnell Street and Victoria Street. Parking is at the back of the building.

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