Planting another seed for community

Can You Dig It helps create 31st community garden in the Lower Mainland By Michelle Strutzenberger A pile of wood, a pile of soil, a pile of woodchips and a few tools. That’s what those showing up to help create a community garden in a day in Surrey will find this coming Friday. “And then, at the end of the day, there is a garden,” says Cinthia Pagé. “There is something about (the experience) that really touches people,” she adds. [click the title to read the full story ...]

PosAbilities plants seeds at Stone Soup Festival

Helps nurture connection between organization, community: Caroline Dagg By Natalie Hamilton PosAbilities has planted seeds both figuratively and literally in the community through its participation in the recent 18th annual Stone Soup Festival. [click the title to read the full story ...]

Can You Dig It! adds social enterprise element to funding model

Partners with West Coast Seeds, SoKap to raise funds, create ambassadors By Natalie Hamilton Alisha Mann is digging a new opportunity poised to generate funds and ambassadors for Can You Dig It, posAbilities’ community garden initiative. [click the title to read the full story ...]

Can You Dig It! partners with Stage Door to create gardening videos

Preparing for fundraiser involving West Coast Seeds By Natalie Hamilton From planting to watering to thinning a garden, Can You Dig It is providing gardening tips in an engaging way through a new 10-part video series. [click the title to read the full story ...]

PosAbilities uses innovative tools to create meaningful change in 2012

Launches digital storytelling, expands community gardens, participates in inaugural film festival By Michelle Strutzenberger Whether it was through the launch of digital storytelling or ongoing expansion of its community gardens, posAbilities made great strides in 2012 towards changing perceptions and creating community through the use of some innovative tools. [click the title to read the full story ...]