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Gardening with Nature

This is offered through adult education and is a great opportunity to get a lot of info for very cheap. The course runs from 9/5 through 12/12/2013.

Description:
Learn how to work with nature to grow plants that produce! Focus is on edible plants and fruit trees, and how to grow them with as little effort as possible. Course will cover site assessments, sun, water, soil, propagation, permaculture, pruning, and more. A must take class for the serious gardener!

When:
Thursday nights, 6-9pm from 9/5 - 12/12

Cost:
ONLY $49!!!

Instructor:
Ben Kotnik is a Horticulture teacher at Cuyamaca College and Foothills Adult School, and Chairman of the local chapter of the California Rare Fruit Growers. He specializes in Soils, Fruit Trees, Ecological Landscape Design, Permaculture, and propagation of rare plants. Ben provides site assessments, private consultations, and other specialized services. You can learn more about Ben at www.SuburbanFoodFarm.com and www.SDMovementTherapy.com.

Register:
https://its2.guhsd.net/newonlinereg/eventdetail.aspx?sid=594125524
go to gardening and landscape, then click on landscape again and it will take you to the sign up.

Location:
Foothills Adult School, 1550 Melody Lane, El Cajon

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  • A former member
    A former member

    The class sounds interesting. I will have to catch it on another round.

    September 4, 2013

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