At a recent talk on climate change and adaptation, Richard Hebda, former curator of Earth History and Botany at the Royal BC Museum, gave out heritage potatoes for audience members to plant in their gardens. The two varieties distributed were Ozette (known as a highly prolific and resilient variety of heritage potato) and Likely.
If you were one of the recipients and would like to help Dr. Hebda with his research, you can fill out the observation form below. This study will provide insight into the potatoes you are growing.
Learn more about the Richard Hebda’s talk at the Community Hall Here.