Here is the link to the downloadable PDF version of the guidebook for the 2013 Edible Garden Tour, including the Food Literacy Treasure Hunt entry form and a feedback form. Printed versions are also available at Breakwater Books and Kingfisher Books in Powell River and at the Black Point Store south of town.
Get a large pdf version of the poster by rabideye.com; click right here.
As has been the case the past 4 years, the Powell River Edible Garden Tour (still free and self-guided) that is run by the Powell River Food Security Project, Transition Town Powell River, and the Powell River Literacy Council and their volunteers, kicks off the 50-Mile Challenge for 2013 on Sunday, August 4.
The purpose of the Tour is to provide a showcase of real people’s working gardens of all types, to encourage us all to grow some (or more) food in the region, to increase our food security and to enjoy all the many benefits of eating local food. Enjoy! Donations will be accepted at each of the 10-12 gardens on display. For more information and to download the guidebook, visit prfoodsecurity.org or click on the poster above.