A proud supporter of our community
Cathy is a lifelong naturalist who has been gardening since she was 19. A graduate of Trent University in Environmental Science, Cathy’s passion is teaching about land stewardship in its many forms. Founder of Peterborough’s Ecology Park which she directed for more than 20 years, Cathy is now working for Peterborough’s Parks and Forestry Division. She is also a part-time instructor in Environmental Science for Trent University and a Board member for Camp Kawartha. Her favourite gardens are both beautiful and full of life, and over the years she has designed and managed many gardens to attract butterflies, pollinators, birds and other wildlife. She believes that biodiversity is the spice of life, and an important issue for all gardeners! Come and join us at 7:30pm on Wednesday April 22nd (Earth Day) to listen to Cathy talk “Butterflies” with us! We meet in the lower auditorium at the Peterborough Public Library, 345 Aylmer Street North.