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Living City's Garden Planning 101 Class

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Want your garden to yield more food with less work? Plan now and get a jump on year-round abundance!

Learn to:
*Grow food year-round in Portland's mild climate - year after year
*Save time, money and water
*Plant each crop at the right time and place
*Map your garden
*Understand planting calendars, seed packets and seed catalogs
..and more.

To get the most out of this class, please bring a map of your garden
site and a list of what you hope to grow.

When: 1-3:30 pm Saturday, Feb 22.

Please dress comfortably for outdoors. A warm hat and shoes that can take a little mud are a good idea. Shelter is available in case of rain; however, much of the class will be in the garden.

Location: 4446 NE Going St. Portland.
(A bountiful mini-farm since 2007.)
Frequent service on Trimet #75. Off-street bike parking available.

Instructors: Rachel Freifelder and Sarah Canterberry (Bios below)
Cost: $35
This class is part of Living City's 9 month program in the Year Round Harvest.
Register for this class by going to the website: www.livingcitypdx.com
We look forward to meeting you!

Sarah, Rachel, Lyndsey and Katie

About the instructors:
Sarah Canterberry learned about gardening, gleaning, and preserving food from her mom and grandmothers. As the garden educator at Vernon Elementary since 2007, she has been able to incorporate teaching children about year-round gardening and overseeing students harvesting for their cafeteria. She loves the hard work, health, deliciousness, and joy she gets from sharing and growing food.

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 kids and adults since 1996, and offers garden services as Handmade Gardens Edible and Native Organic Land Care. She believes that careful planning and nerdy record-keeping have contributed to her garden's continued bounty.