Coming TUESDAY, April 28! Webinar series on growing your own food, building community resilience and food security.
- In collaboration with OSU extension, Master Gardeners and Community Counseling Center, we will be holding a weekly class on Zoom.
- Class will include roughly 30 minutes of instruction, 30 minutes for questions and answers
- An opportunity to get your own home garden kit (funds provided by The Pollination Project grant)
- Classes will be taught by local farmers (both professional, amateur and inspired) who have first hand knowledge of our climate, soil and plants that typically fair well in the region. Other group leaders include folks at Community Counseling Center, health care professionals, permaculturalists and local Herbalists.
- A facebook page is set up and ready to field your questions, an opportunity for you to share your stories, successes and failures and photos with the community.
Tentatively, classes will include:
Tuesday, April 28 at 6pm – Getting Started: overview of the program, food security and community resilience, choosing a garden location, preparing the site
Tuesday, May 5 – Indoor Seed Starting
Tuesday, May 12 – Hot Frames and Demonstration
Other Classes will include:
Planting Out Your Seedlings
Direct Sowing for a Continual Harvest
What to Do with the Weeds: a Seasonal Approach
Perennial Vegetables for a Changing Climate
Soils Across the County
Putting Your Garden to Bed
Time Banking as a way to help each other accomplish our home gardens!