Let's Talk Healthy Soils Thursday, October 12, 2023 Humber College - North Campus NX 111 Doris Tallon Community Room 205 Humber College Blvd., Toronto | 5-7:30 PM
Are you interested in soil health? Be sure to come out on Thursday, October 12 for a discussion on soil and all the components that keep it healthy.
Hear from these soil experts:
Glenn Monroe, Compost Council of Canada
Glenn serves as the Soil Health Program Advocate for the Compost Council of Canada, and is involved in the design and implementation of programs which link the action of organics recycling with the soil. Included in his program work are: implementation of SOIL SAFARI (an interactive educational program open to all ages), video recording of local compost/soil health advocates to serve as examples for others to emulate and follow. He has an academic background in biology and environmental science and has 40 years of experience in government, consulting, and the not-for-profit sector.
Arlene Hazzan Green and Marc Green, Backyard Urban Farm Company
CEO; VP Gardening Division; Garden Designer, Arlene is an avid gardener and life-long learner who loves to share her knowledge. She is an Organic Master Gardener, an Accredited Organic Land Care Practitioner with SOUL (Society for Organic Urban Landcare), and has a Diploma in Organic Land Care from Gaia College. Arlene is also an Emmy award-winning television director and writer.
VP Operations, Installations, Marc is a meticulous project manager with a focus on customer service excellence and is driven by his desire to deliver product and services that meet or surpass the highest expectations. Marc is an avid outdoors enthusiast, loves wilderness camping, canoeing, and fishing. He also has a deep connection with music, spending his spare time playing guitar and piano. “Nature is medicine for the spirit. Music is medicine for the soul.”
Jocelyn Molyneux, Jocelyn’s Soil Booster
Founder of Wastenot Farms Inc, Joceyln developed Jocelyn's Soil Booster as a way to give growers the tools to build healthy soils. She holds a Master’s degree in Applied Environmental Science and Management. Jocelyn has more than a decade of experience in waste management, sustainability, and regenerative growing and is truly passionate about finding and implementing solutions to the planet’s most pressing environmental issues.