Lyndon Penner will discuss the beginnings of research stations across Canada in its early days.
In the coldest and most inhospitable places, scientists and horticulturalists gathered to research, develop, and breed new varieties that would thrive in our harsh growing conditions. Their success was unprecedented, and today Canadian plants are grown in cold countries around the world.
Come and find out about the Morden Research Station, the Brooks Experimental Farm, the PFRA and others and how their history tells the story of Canada!
Café Galt | Lecture | Adults & Seniors