Spring Break Preparedness

Spring Break Preparedness

Protecting Your Garden When Away for Spring Break At press, spring break of 2023 is just a few short weeks away. While plane tickets and accommodations may already be booked, we wonder if your household is prepared for the family “member” you’re...
Celebrating World Wetlands Day

Celebrating World Wetlands Day

Celebrating World Wetlands Day Spearheaded by the United Nations, World Wetlands Day arrives on February 2 of each year. At first, you may find it odd for the Plant a Seed & See What Grows Foundation to mention this day in a blog about sustainable gardening and...
How to Wind Proof Your Family Garden

How to Wind Proof Your Family Garden

How to Wind Proof Your Family Garden At press (December 2022) winter windstorms have been battering cities and towns across Canada. Of course, extreme winds are not exclusive to the season, as they batter the west coast, prairie provinces, and central Canada through...
Airport Layover Activities for Kids this Winter

Airport Layover Activities for Kids this Winter

Airport Layover Activities for Kids this Winter Weather has been wreaking havoc on airport travel for families across Canada this winter. Scenes of parents and kids sleeping on the floors of YVR airport have scared away many from booking tickets until the thaw of...
What to do With All of That Snow

What to do With All of That Snow

Winter is upon us and snow is falling all across Canada. While your kids’ (children or students) first instinct is to build a snowman and an arsenal of snowballs, there are some outdoor learning experiences to be had, including a few that can be beneficial for...
Found Items to Decorate your Winter Garden

Found Items to Decorate your Winter Garden

Autumn is the time to finish the harvest from your garden and put it “to bed” for the winter but it’s also a great time to look over the decorative items in your garden. Youngsters can help to assess items and fix any that require repair, place new...