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Gardening 101 How to grow your own food.

This is a series of 8 lessons. RSVP for this series is closed to new students.

 

However, we like to offer this course over and over again, in different time slots and hopefully with different teachers. If you are interested, please leave a comment below with the days and times which are good for you. Hopefully, very soon, we will start the next series.

 

If you are an experienced, or somewhat experienced Gardener and would like to step up into the role of a teacher, please let me know. We are providing a curriculum as well as training.

The course covers the following subjects:


1. Intro and Basics of Organic and Permaculture
2. Garden Siting and Design
3. Soil and Composting
4. Choosing Plants and Basic Botany
5. Seeding and Planting
6. Irrigation
7. Weeds, Pests and Disease
8. Using your Harvested Food

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  • michelle b.

    Stuck in traffic will be a little late today

    June 7, 2013

  • michelle b.

    We're going to close out the last of our friday classes with a good talk on Irrigation!

    June 1, 2013

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