Nibi Giinwiindawan: We Are Water
Nibi Giinwiindawan (We Are Water) is a 5 module curriculum for communities/schools/youth programs interested in creating dialogue and discussion around human relationship with water. Combining western and traditional methodologies, the fusion of knowledge will cultivate water ambassadors, youth with a renewed passion for advocating for our life source and teaching those around them on the benefits and sacredness of water. This curriculum was created in partnership with Curve Lake First Nation and YWCA Peterborough Haliburton Nourish Project with generous support from Healthy Kids Community Challenge.
Water is the Way to Go
A great resource for supporting kids in choosing healthy hydration options. Produced by Peterborough Public Health for the Healthy Kids Community Challenge.
Market Dollars Vendor Poster
Market Dollars Program Flyer
An information flyer for the Nourish Market Dollar initiative.
Putting Your Garden to Bed
You've worked hard all season. Now it's time to take a break. Use this handy factsheet for great tips on 'putting your garden to bed.'
Vegetable gardening: basic tips for getting started
New to vegetable gardening or looking for some tips? Use this guide to improve the success of your vegetable garden.
Starting your seeds indoors
Discover the steps and tips for starting strong and healthy seedlings indoors.
Selecting a community garden site
Get tips for selecting a community garden site, as well as a handy checlist you can use to guide your site selection efforts.
How to grow and save garlic
Find the facts on growing your own garlic and saving the seed for future planting.
How to start a community garden on city owned property
This factsheet outlines the process for establishing a community garden on city owned land.