Heirloom Seed Sanctuary stories

Busy time in the gardens

Busy time in the gardens

Cate Henderson promotes the work of the Heirloom Seed Sanctuary at an environmental conference at Queens University called ‘Food for Thought’BY CATE HENDERSON It is spring again! One year ago you may have been reading an article in this paper introducing the new...

Earth Day

Earth Day

Sister Shirley Morris and Cate Henderson welcomed visitors to the Greenhouse to celebrate Earth Day on April 22.Earth Day remains Canada’s strongest voice in promoting a sustainable environment. Ecologist Sister Shirley Morris suggests we should acknowledge the earth...

Seeds get national recognition

Seeds get national recognition

left to right: Carol, Robert, General Superior Sr. Pauline Lally and Sr. Monica WhalenThe Heirloom Seed Sanctuary has received national recognition for its contribution to the environment. As a result, Robert and Carol Mouck, guardians of the seeds, have been beseiged...