Living City June Class: Water Conservation/Summer Planning for Winter Eating

This meetup is hosted by Sarah Canterberry.

Two classes in one!
Keep your lettuces thriving and your water bills low.
And did you know?
The carrots you eat next January...are the ones you plant in June.

· Water conservation tips for healthy plants
. Tomatoes: more keys to success
. Planting for winter abundance
· Making the most of your garden space
· Novel recipes for early-summer treats

This class will be outdoors, so please dress for the weather.

When: 6-8:30 pm Thursday, June 12

Location: 4446 NE Going St, Portland. Frequent service on Trimet #75, easily accessible by bike. Off-street bike parking available.

Instructor: Rachel Freifelder (bio below/on website)

Cost: $35 for one or two people who share the same garden; bring a
friend for $30.
Register on our secure website!
www.livingcitypdx.com -
Scholarships for SNAP recipients - $5 covers materials. Work-trade available, but must be approved by the Monday before the class. Call to discuss.


This class is part of Living City's 9-month program in the Year Round Harvest.
www.livingcitypdx.com

Class is limited to 20 students. Please call[masked] to reserve your spot, or email [masked]. And tell your friends!

We look forward to meeting you!

Sarah, Rachel, Lyndsey and Katie

About the instructor and the site (Rachel's garden):

Rachel Freifelder grew up with her father's organic garden, holds a
degree in ecology from Stanford University, and studied herbs at the Pacific School of Botanical Medicine. She has worked on several farms, has taught gardening to all ages since 1996, and offers garden services as Handmade Gardens Edible and Native Organic Land Care.


About the site: Rachel's garden is a seven-year-old organic mini-farm on a 9000-square foot lot in the Cully neighborhood. Rachel and her partner Robert have combined their shared experience in agriculture, ecology and forestry to manage the land for demonstration, teaching and subsistence. It incorporates fruit trees, insectaries, domestic ducks, abundant vegetable beds, medicinal plants and Pacific Northwest natives. Various soil-building techniques are visible, including aerobic composting, cover crops, sheet mulching and on-site animal manures.

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