Perennials are king in the Children's Garden. Why? Because they are best suited to our climate and soils.
Workshops, birthday parties, gatherings and celebrations. Fancy a pizza party at the Scarecrow Cafe, our pop-up cafe, and a game of D & D?
Bring your classroom or youth group for experiential learning
A huge thank you to Rick Snowdon for our two greenhouses!
There's a lot to learn and observe about this orchard planted with hazelnuts, currants, alder, and apples.
Another huge thank you to Rick, John and Ken's sister for building our cedar schoolhouse/office/rain shelter.
A healthy crop well suited to Northern Vancouver Island.
Two of the healthiest plants on the planet, and they're native as well: salal and huckleberry.
What's better than a quiet walk in the woods? In Japan it's called "forest bathing" or Shinrin-yoku.
The creek borders much of the forest and is home to the Hydrosphere Study Site.
Hard working 6th graders from Eagle View Elementary School dug and planted this feature.