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Happy Canada Day!

It's hot and a great time to relax and read the latest newsletter. There are garden tips and news to read in Summer Sunset Musings HERE. We look forward to hearing from you about your garden so please share. 

Upcoming virtual workshops:  REEP House on Finding the Tree for me and Success with Trees coming up this month. Go HERE to register. 

Friends of the Earth Canada is pleased to publish A Flower Patch for the Rusty-Patched Bumblebee and Other Native Pollinators in the Greater Toronto Area, working with authors Lorraine Johnson and Sheila Colla, illustrator Ann Sanderson, and the City of Toronto to make this resource available.
A Flower Patch for the Rusty-Patched Bumblebee provides powerful tools for taking action to support and protect native bees by creating a habitat where we live, work, and gather as communities. There is much that needs to be done to protect bees, but growing a flower patch is one action we can all take now to make a positive difference.
Click BEES for the link to get your free e-guide. 

For a July Garden What to Do List, Halton Master Gardeners have a great one. LIST

Heritage Pet and Garden, Meadow Acres, and Colour Paradise are open and continue to offer online/phone orders and doing curbside or delivery of products.  Check their websites for more details. Bring your membership for the 10% discount. 

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