St. Margaret's Bay Gardening Club

SMBGC is a member of the Nova Scotia Association of Garden Clubs

Gardeners Helping Gardeners

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We're excited to announce our first Club meeting of the 2021-2022 year.


NOTE: This month we are holding the meeting on the 4th Wednesday of the month (We usually meet on the 3rd Wednesday.)  Also this year we will be holding our meetings in St. Luke's United Church. Please read to the bottom of this notice!


Wednesday, September 22, 2021       7 p.m.


St. Luke's United Church

5374 St. Margaret's Bay Road


We are delighted to  introduce our speaker for the evening



President, CEO and Designer

HELPING NATURE HEAL              Check out



Whether you are planting a pollinator meadow, planning and planting food gardens, using native and heritage plants, shrubs and trees or dealing with coastal erosion, Rosmarie will share her techniques and help you map out a plan to get you started. Bring your notebooks and questions.


Rosmarie first helped to grow food gardens as a small child, looking to nature for play, interest, and understanding. She has a B.A. in Conservation and Environmental Studies from York University with prior studies in Architectural Design, and further training in Horticulture as Therapy, Ecological Landscape Design, Shoreline Erosion, Master Gardener and Landscape Management.

She came to Nova Scotia’s Windhorse Farm in 1999 to do an internship in Ecological Forestry and Organic Gardening and fell in love with the fact that you could be in the forest and near the ocean at the same time.  After her internship she decided to stay in Bridgewater, but could not find a job in her field, so she began gardening to support herself and after a year decided to start her own business; Helping Nature Heal was born. They are an award-winning company with 20 years experience restoring ecosystems and helping inspire people to connect with nature.  They envision a world where all people realize their deep interconnection with the earth and they possess both the knowledge and capacity to dig deep for ecological solutions to remediate human impacts while creating resilient, sustainable communities.

Guests and new members are very welcome.  


Donations to the FOODBANK are appreciated. Only monetary donations for the Food Bank will be accepted -- no food items. Please place your cheque or cash in a sealed envelope and drop in the separate receptacle located in the Sanctuary.

Share the Harvest



A one-day pop-up market with proceeds to the St. Margaret's Bay Food Bank. Offering local garden-fresh food and flowers and other locally made or donated items: art cards, books, jewellery, tote bags, sunhats and more!

A partnership of the SMB Community Enterprise Centre, the SMB Gardening Club, the Peggy's Cove Area Festival of the Arts, the Seniors Association of SMB, Transition Bay St. Margaret's and the Western Halifax Community Learning Network.

RAIN DATE: Sunday, September 12, noon to 3 p.m., rain or shine