Melissa Lafontaine

Melissa is a garden and homestead educator, sustainable floral designer and admirer of all things natural. Her commitment to for earth friendly practices is rooted from her work in agrarian communities in South Eastern Madagascar and her involvement with urban farms and the local food movement in Montreal, Vancouver, New…

Melissa is a garden and homestead educator, sustainable floral designer and admirer of all things natural. Her commitment to for earth friendly practices is rooted from her work in agrarian communities in South Eastern Madagascar and her involvement with urban farms and the local food movement in Montreal, Vancouver, New York and most recently Montana where she is pursuing a MS in Environmental Studies in food and farming.

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Melissa is a garden and homestead educator, sustainable floral designer and admirer of all things natural. Her commitment to for earth friendly practices is rooted from her work in agrarian communities in South Eastern Madagascar and her involvement with urban farms and the local food movement in Montreal, Vancouver, New…

Melissa is a garden and homestead educator, sustainable floral designer and admirer of all things natural. Her commitment to for earth friendly practices is rooted from her work in agrarian communities in South Eastern Madagascar and her involvement with urban farms and the local food movement in Montreal, Vancouver, New York and most recently Montana where she is pursuing a MS in Environmental Studies in food and farming.

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