‘This is a garden like you get once in a lifetime’
The Aga Khan Garden is like no other space in Alberta.
It’s “a place of peace, a place open to all people, a place that welcomes different cultures and a place that gives a … nod to the placement of humans in nature,” says Lee Foote, director of University of Alberta Botanic Garden.
Foote calls the garden his “baby” and can’t help but beam as he tours media through the new attraction.
More at the source: CBC News / Adrienne Lamb, Rick Bremness / Jun 27, 2018
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