The Canadian Federation of University Women





After the Ban, How to Have a Great Garden and a Green Planet


The Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Southport Club will host a free public presentation entitled "After the Ban - How to Have a Great Garden and a Green Planet" with Ann Hagedorn, Master Gardner, at the Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre, Southampton, Feb. 11 at 7:30 p.m.

Ann Hagedorn is the owner of Annscape, an organic garden maintenance and design business since 1994. She is also a founding member of the Organic Landscape Alliance.

A graduate of McMaster University's Physical Geography and Environmental Studies, Ann lives on a farm in Grey County with a 80 by 40-foot vegetable garden, fruit trees, chickens, ducks and a maple syrup production business. She is presently designing a self-sustaining greenhouse constructed from recycled building materials.

"After the Ban - How to Have a Great Garden and a Green Planet" is sponsored by Bud Rier Chevrolet and Ontario Power Generation.
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About Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW):

Founded in 1919, CFUW is a voluntary, non-profit, self-funded bilingual organization of more than 10,000 women university graduates across Canada. CFUW members are active in public affairs working to raise the social, economic and legal status of women, as well as improve education, the environment, and working for peace, justice and human rights. CFUW is affiliated with the International Federation of Women (IFUW) headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, with 180,000 members around the world. In 1998, CFUW received special consultative status within the United Nations Economic and Social Council.
About CFUW Southport

CFUW Southport was founded in 1990 and is a 60-member organization located in the Town of Saugeen Shores. Our self-funded Club is committed to the pursuit of knowledge, the promotion of education and the improvement of the status of women and human rights. The Club annually awards three $500 scholarships to female graduates from Saugeen District Secondary School in Port Elgin entering post-secondary institutions. For further information, please visit

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