Spring arrives early at T’Sou-ke
The first day of spring may be weeks away for most of us, but at Ladybug Garden & Greenhouse at T’Sou-ke First Nation, there are definite signs of a new season.
Christine George, who is the nation’s administration receptionist, also finds the time to coordinate the activities at the garden. Christine has produced a new report entitled Our Traditional Food Gatherings. The sharp-looking report was prepared for Seedy Saturday in Sooke on Feb. 23.
Ladybug is one of the ‘veteran’ vendors at the four-year-old event at the community hall that celebrates local foods. As Ladybug sells its plants, it also tells people about the all-inclusive T’Sou-ke vision for sustainability.