CFI’s AGM and Farm Day

by Estelle Drisdelle on August 31, 2015


You're invited!
CFI's Annual General Meeting
September 12, 2015  10am - 3pm  Whaelghinbran Farm


Pemban Kitchen Garden 2015

The past year has seen many new developments at CFI. We are proud to announce we have crossed the 1.5 million trees planted mark in Pemba! Our partners at Community Forests Pemba entered the next phase of our five-year program with the European Union, which included hiring new staff as projects expand and new communities participate. In Canada, we planted the Restoration Orchard and will soon open several kilometres of recreational trails through the woods at Whaelghinbran Farm. Across both organizations, we engaged in forming and formalizing a shared Strategic Plan, ensuring that we continue to move in the same direction in equal partnership.

It's time to reflect, plan, and celebrate, and we would love for you to join us.

CFI's Annual General Meeting, BBQ Lunch, and celebratory afternoon! The lunch and afternoon will be family friendly, so bring one and all!
10am - 12pm AGM
Orders of Business:

1. Welcome and Introduction 

2. Adoption of the 2015 Agenda

3. Adoption of the minutes - 2014 AGM

4. Business arising from the minutes

5. Reports: Year in Review, Financial Report, Board Report

6. New Business: Membership

7. Other Business


12pm - 1pm BBQ and Potluck Lunch

Bring a salad, dessert or drink and we will serve the main course!
1pm - 2pm Pollinator Workshop

Join John Klymko for the Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre (ACCDC) for a short workshop on pollinators as part of CFI's Restoration Orchard project at Whaelghinbran Farm. Learn how to identify and create habitat for beneficial insects in your garden, including a show and tell of insect specimens collected by John.

2pm - 3pm Walk in the Woods with Dale Prest

Let Dale take you on one of his renowned forest tours and learn about all the Acadian forest ecosystem has to offer.

Register Online or give us a call to let us know your coming!
506 536-3738

Cox's Orange Apple tree planted in the Restoration Orchard 2015


The Restoration Orchard was supported by:


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