Saturday, August 2, 2014

Opinion

Botany Brillance

Macdonald supports UFV involvement in Minter Gardens

Submitted by Myrtle Macdonald, Chwk

 

like the possibility that the University of Fraser Valley will get involved with Minter Gardens. Several faculties could each having responsibility for a section of the gardens. For one department alone it might be too much, although not impossible. Each could have a theme and place interns and workshops there.

 

I was privileged to join a tour of the very large and varied Devonian Gardens when I attended an alumni weekend at the University of Alberta. I was impressed with the variety of ways that that university is involved. It was thrilling.

I am against using the area for new condos. What a ridiculous waste of the heritage Brian Minter has provided through his many years of skilled dedication.
 

 

Myrtle Macdonald, M.Sc. Applied (in Nursing Research and Education), McGill University. She is a retired registered nurse living in Chilliwack and now working with the local chapter of the BC Schizophrenia Association. She worked as a street nurse for many years in places like India and Montreal. She turned 93 in June and is one of the Voice's most popular contributors.

 

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