Sustainable Speakers Series
The Sustainable Speakers Series is a monthly event hosted by the Saskatchewan Environmental Society and the Saskatoon Public Library that runs from September through May (2016-17). These environmentally-themed presentations are free for all to attend and are located in lower level meeting room of the Frances Morrison Central Library (311 23rd Street East). All talks run from 7:00pm to 8:30pm.
March 21, 2017
Adrian Werner (Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre)
Lisa Howse (Saskatoon Compost Coaches)
Shannon Dyck (City of Saskatoon)
and Vanessa Young (U of S Master Gardeners)
“Healthy Yards for Prairie Gardeners”
Whether you’re new to gardening or a seasoned green thumb, learn tips and tricks on how to create a beautiful, sustainable, and productive garden. From home composting and water conservation, to native plants and pesticide reduction, there are many healthy gardening practices that are good for the garden and for the gardener.
April 18, 2017
Patricia Hanbidge (Saskatoon School of Horticulture)
“Sustainable landscapes that grow along with us”
Join us for an enjoyable but educational talk that will help you to design, grow, and maintain a landscape/garden that will be sustainable in nature and will meet your needs for the long term. Learn some tricks to reduce maintenance, increase production, and improve the enjoyment of your space.
May 16, 2017
David Henry (Wildlife Ecologist & Author)
“Watching wildlife in Prince Albert National Park”
David Henry will talk about his book Watching Wildlife in Prince Albert National Park. David’s book is an enjoyable read sharing insights that will increase your pleasure of watching and photographing animals. His book will be available to purchase.
2017 Library Resource Lists
View the “January 2017 – Photography & Environmental Conservation” resource list prepared by the Saskatoon Public Library here.
View the “February 2017 – Policy Approaches to Climate Change” resource list prepared by the Saskatoon Public Library here.