Education Night-The Paradox of Pruning:How Cutting Back Makes Things Grow


On Thursday, November 28 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. the North Bay Heritage Gardeners will host a free and public Education Night at the North Bay Museum. The topic will cover The Paradox of Pruning: How Cutting Back Makes Things Grow presented by speaker Lynn Farintosh-Master Gardener, horticulturalist, and Heritage Gardener team leader.

Education Nights help our volunteers and the community expand their knowledge of gardening, horticulture and the environment. The topics for these events vary anywhere from heritage trees to discussing gardening with pollinators. The events are free learning opportunities and anyone is welcome to join. Presentations are approximately 45 minutes long, leaving room for questions and discussion. 

Please pre-register for the event by sending your name and contact information to . For more information about the North Bay Heritage Gardeners please visit our website at

Contact Information

Name: Jordyn Wilks, Community Outreach Intern
Phone: (705) 472-4006
Email: not available

Location Information

North Bay Museum
100 Ferguson Street
North Bay P1B 1W8

Date & Time

28 November, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
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