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CAROLYN THOMPSON TELEGRAPH-JOURNAL April 7, 2013 Centennial School students from left, Nyah Sahyoun, Andrew Craft, Tasha Gallant, and Charles Eldridge pose with some of the marigold seedlings students at their school planted. They will be taking part in Marigolds on Main Street this year where they hope to break the world record for most children […]
The ad in the Saint John Telegraph Journal, 2013.
Barry Ogden’s first marigold garden in 1968 was planted outside his family’s motel on Manawagonish Road, Saint John West, Balmoral Court. He was 12 years old.
Roots & Folks: Profile Saltscapes May | June 2010 The Marigold Man Saltscapes May/June 2010 [ PDF ]
New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal Sat Jun 11 2011 Page: A9 Section: Opinion Saint John’s Marigold Project is rooted in a simple premise: that the seeds of good citizenship must be planted and nurtured for communities to grow. Under its auspices, more than 1,000 elementary school students planted 40,000 marigolds in the city this week. […]
New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal Fri Jun 10 2011 HILARY PAIGE SMITH TELEGRAPH-JOURNAL SAINT JOHN – It was long past dawn, but that didn’t stop the colours of sunrise from spreading across Main Street on Thursday morning. It was the 14th annual Marigold Project on Main Street. More than 1,000 elementary school children took to the north […]
New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal Tue Jun 7 2011 KARISSA DONKIN TELEGRAPH-JOURNAL SAINT JOHN – Every June, Barry Ogden stands on the sidelines on Main Street while thousands of children plant a sea of bright marigolds on the north end street. As the children plant the flowers they’ve been learning about since March, Ogden enjoys “a feeling […]
Marigold on Main celebrated its 10 year anniversary on June 6, 2007.
2017 Plant Day
Thursday, June 15 is 2017's plant day! Please join us at the Corner Main Street and Landsdowne Avenue.
This year over 7000 students from 55 schools will plant over 140,000 marigolds!
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Mary at The Marigolds Project