Con­grat­u­la­tions to the In­ter­na­tional Peace Gar­dens

Manitoba Gardener Magazine - - LOCAL DIRT -

The In­ter­na­tional Peace Gar­dens was pre­sented with a Canada 150 Gar­den

Experience Award. The IPG is lo­cated on 2,339 acres strad­dling the Cana­dian/U.S. bor­der in the Tur­tle Moun­tains and is a sym­bol of peace be­tween the two na­tions. (Visit peace­gar­den.com to learn more about the IPG.) This pro­gram of the Cana­dian Gar­den Coun­cil iden­ti­fied 150 gar­dens and gar­den ex­pe­ri­ences from coast-to-coast they rec­om­mend that tourists visit in this, our 150th birth­day year. Awards were handed out at the North Amer­i­can Gar­den Tourism Con­fer­ence. To view all 150 win­ners, visit canadas­gar­den­route.ca and click on the ‘Canada 150 Gar­den Experience’ ban­ner on the home page.

Alexan­der Re­ford (left), Di­rec­tor Jardins de Métis and Chair, Cana­dian Gar­den Coun­cil; Garry Enns ac­cept­ing the award (cen­tre); Bill Hardy (right), Chair, Public Re­la­tions Com­mit­tee, Cana­dian Nurs­ery Land­scape As­so­ci­a­tion.

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