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Invite your municipality to Proclaim
2022 the Year of the Garden

Vancouver, Red Deer, Winnipeg, Niagara Falls, Sainte-Julie, Halifax, and many more Canadian cities have proclaimed 2022 the Year of the Garden, committing to be a Garden-Friendly city and celebrating our National Garden Day.

If your city hasn’t made a proclamation, you can nudge your councillor or mayor to join the movement. Get started by sending this invitationproclamation template or presentation explaining why you feel your municipality should celebrate the Year of the Garden 2022.

Garden writer and blogger, author of 65 gardening books, lecturer and communicator, the Laidback Gardener, Larry Hodgson, passed away in October 2022. Known for his great generosity, his thoroughness and his sense of humor, he reached several generations of amateur and professional gardeners over his 40-year career. Thanks to his son, Mathieu Hodgson, and a team of contributors, will continue its mission of demystifying gardening and making it more accessible to all.

5 comments on “Invite your municipality to Proclaim
2022 the Year of the Garden

  1. ThomasThompson

    I really like this idea, because gardening is definitely not just my hobby, but also an outlet. My will, I would celebrate the days of the garden every month, and not just a year. As for the form in which it is better to present your idea, I am definitely for the presentation. It seems to me that this is a universal way to express yourself, about your ideas. I want to say that you can also make an impression with attractive medical ppt presentations I just love reading this blog as all the information is very relevant and helpful. For example, in this article, I learned where to start and what to add to create modern healthcare PowerPoint visuals. And there is a lot of such valuable advice here.

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  3. The Master Gardeners Association of Alberta are working with various towns and cities to help promote the Year of the Garden and get people excited about what can be done on the Prairies.

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