2019 Foundations in Organic Vegetable Gardening: A Five-Part Series in Growing Your Own Food

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Have you ever wanted to have a swoon-worthy garden but just don't know where to start? The five sessions included in this extended course have been selected to provide you with all the organic gardening fundamentals you need at an amazing bundled price.  You'll get the best of the basics in these classes including building great soil, knowing what to plant when, where and how, fertilizing, site planning/garden design, and much more.  Plus, you'll get one-on-one time with the instructor to discuss your own gardening questions and needs.  Each student will also receive 10 packs of seeds (choose from any varieties we have!).  

The five sessions are:

Vegetable Gardening Series #1:  Understanding and Building Great Soil; Compost; Crop Terminology; Wednesday, February 13th, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Vegetable Gardening Series #2: Warm vs. Cool Season Crops; Choosing and Sowing Seeds and Transplants; Wednesday, February 20th, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Vegetable Gardening Series #3: Intensive Planting Methods (including Vertical Gardening, Succession Planting, and Companion Planting); Fertilizing and On-going Maintenance; Wednesday, February 27th, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Vegetable Gardening Series #4: Problems in the Garden/Organic Pest Management; Organic Gardening Resources; Wednesday, March 6th, 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Vegetable Gardening Series #5: Site Visit to the Grateful Tomato Garden (rain or shine).  Garden Planning and Design; Ongoing Learning Opportunities; Final Q&A; Saturday, March 23rd, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

This 5-part course is a $120 value for a bundled price of $85!

Because of the very limited number of spaces available, we are unable to issues refunds for last-minute cancellations or for no-shows.  If you've already paid for this workshop series and find you are unable to attend, please call Marybeth at (801) 359-2658 x 10 to see if anyone on the waiting list can take your place.  If we cannot fill your spot, your workshop series fee will be forfeited.  No walk-ins; pre-registration required.

 

 

When
February 13, 2019 6:00 PM   through   1:30 PM
Location
Turn Community Services (first floor)
423 W 800 S
1st floor Learning Center
Salt Lake City, 84101
Contact
Phone: 801-359-2658
Phone: 8013592658
Email:
Event Fee For Entire 5-Part Series:
Workshop Fee
Individual $ 85.00
Community Gardener $ 25.00
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4th East Garden
Backman Elementary Garden
Bonneville Elementary Garden
Box Elder Community Garden
Cache High School Teaching Garden
Cannon Greens Community Garden
Canyon Rim Community Garden
Creekside Community Garden
Dancing Moose Communtiy Garden
Emerson Elementary Garden
Fairpark Community Garden
Grateful Tomato Garden
Green Street Urban Homestead
Green Urban Lunch Box (Back Farms)
Harmony Park Community Garden
Historic Sandy Community Garden
Holladay Community Garden
Jackson Elementary Garden
Liberty Wells Community Garden
Magna Community Garden
The McGillis School Garden
Mountain View Community Garden (Sandy)
Mountain View Elementary Garden (Glendale)
Oasis Community Garden
Neighborhood House Community Garden
Off-Broadway Garden at 337
People's Portable Garden
Popperton Plots
Real Food Rising
Rose Park Community Garden
Rowland Hall Steiner Campus Community Garden
Unity Gardens
Vegetable Mining Operation
9-Line Community Garden
Garden of Wheadon (Draper)

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