Central Natural Environment Gardens
Get into gardening!
Volunteers have been at the heart of Central Natural Environment Gardens since they were first established in 1995. A great way to meet new people, learn new skills, and be outside! Join us to learn more about organic gardening and native plants! Bring a hat, work gloves, and sun protection. We'll provide tools, training & refreshments. Children welcome. No experience necessary!
Volunteer sessions every Thursday morning this Summer from 9-12pm
Contact Melissa at 624-2143 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Get WILD in the city!
Central Natural Environment Gardens is a transformative urban greenspace that models organic gardening techniques and showcases innovative approaches to landscaping using native plant species. The gardens are open to the public and are a popular site for picnics, photography, & relaxation!
Garden features include:
- Garden Shed with Living Roof
- Millennium Garden and Human Sundial
- Interpretive Wildflower Garden
- Solar powered water pump
- Meadows, Woodlands, Wetland, Bird & Butterfly Gardens
- Big Boreal Adventure Site
Witness the changes at Central Natural Environment Gardens through the season as documented by one 2010 garden visitor at Mondays Garden.
Click here for a virtual tour of many of the native species at the garden.
Directions to the garden:
This program is made possible with funding by:
The City of Thunder Bay Community Services Department (Parks Division).