Campus Crops is back with another sweet zine for the Winter 2013 semester! Most of the artwork, including the oh-so-awesome cover, is the work of Bracha Stettin. Again, it contains a great diversity of content, from recipes to gardening tips, without forgetting the importance of food in the Northern Québec Cree cultural conception of "health".
We also have two guest contributions in this zine: a nice story of dreams, travels and magic herbs by Tim Boucher, and short but to-the-point article about herb remedies by Natasha Klein-Panneton.
The zine is available for download in zine format or page-by-page format.
You can also read it right here:
Campus Crops is a student run urban gardening initiative at McGill University's downtown campus. We want to grow food on campus, by students, for students. We have been running garden behind the School of Environment building at 3534 University since 2007. In 2009 we started a terrace garden behind the James Administration building. We're really excited to keep improving these two spaces, and need lots of helping hands for the summer ahead! Get in touch and get gardening!