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BRINGING COMMUNITIES TO LIFE THROUGH OUR HOPE IS GROWING CAMPAIGN

Communities in Bloom (CiB-Cef) and it's partners are working together to summon everyone across Canada, and beyond, to create Hope Gardens for 2021.

Join our FREE webinar on Thursday, March 4th 2021, from 1-2 pm EDT, with Mark and Ben Cullen, moderated by CiB National Chair Paul Brydges, to learn how you and your community can get involved in this exciting campaign - our goal is to see the land awash with gardens featuring YELLOW, the international colour of hope!

Whether it’s flowers, fruits, shrubs or vegetables – just plant the seeds! From parks to playgrounds, front yards, back yards, balconies, baskets, boulevards, barrels and planters, wherever there’s an empty space to grow, there is room for a plant.

REGISTER today for this FREE Webinar!
Reserve your spot by clicking on the registration link.



INVASIVE WEED SPECIES IN DIDSBURY, ALBERTA

Noxious species are species that landowners must control to prevent from spreading. These non-native species are already widely distributed in Alberta that have a significant economic or ecological impact and can spread easily from existing infestations onto adjoining properties. Relatively easily controlled in small numbers, they can become unmanageable if left uncontrolled and can have a significant impact when abundant.

The following Noxious species are administered by the Weed Control Act:

For a list of noxious weeds & prohibited noxious weeds that can be found within Mountain View County and the Town of Didsbury, visit www.mountainviewcounty.com/agriculture-environment/weed-management