It may be the depths of winter but Doug Nelson, Director of Golf at the Aspotogan Ridge Golf Course, is thinking back to the summer season. “We were absolutely happy with our first golf season,” he says. “Any comments we received were very positive about the quality of the golf course, especially how good our […]
This summer’s community garden was a great success! Thanks to the help of Lori Dale, Firman Young, Megan Eagles, John Publicover, and Farrell Monroe. This summer AHT placed a large emphasis on environmental sustainability, beginning with the hiring of a Green Coordinator as part of our S.W.A.G. team and with the addition of a green […]
Despite the dry conditions, the Community Garden here at Aspotogan Heritage Trust has done well. Currently we have beans, peas, cucumbers, green peppers, kale, ruby leaf lettuce, zucchini and some potatoes ready for harvest. Stop by and “pick a feed & pull a weed” The Through the Years Day Care children have been visiting regularly […]
If you are hankering for some green or yellow beans, fresh peas, kale or a cucumber – there are plenty available in our Community Garden. Pick a Feed – Pull a Weed!
It’s the beginning of August and the Community Garden has some wonderful, colourful produce ready to go. Indulge in some Ruby Red Leaf Lettuce, Rainbow Kale, White Russian Kale, Red Radishes or for a change, pick some Nasturtium Blooms to decorate your plate! Coming soon – cucumbers, green & yellow beans and snap peas!
This early morning visitor was paying close attention to the raised beds at the Community Garden here at Aspotogan Heritage Trust. Plans are currently underway to expand for the 2016 Growing Season. Stay tuned for updates and pictures. On another note, if anyone is interested in becoming part of the Community Gardening Team, contact […]
Most of the vegetables are coming to an end but now it’s time for the pumpkins, squash and sunflowers to shine. Any guesses on how tall this one might be?
The produce is coming in fast and furious! Stayed tuned for pictures of our tree climbing Squash and the progress of our giant pumpkins
The Hubbards Area Business Association (HABA) once again teams up with Aspotogan Heritage Trust for the third year. With funding provided by both organizations together with a generous grant from Chebucto West Community Health Board, we were able to expand the garden, build raised beds and fill them with organic garden soil. The 2 Bays […]