Classes begin February 10th with planning and planting
your spring garden, peas, greens and root vegetables.
This series is every second Saturday of the month through October 13th at The Source, 1111 Carlise Blvd SE, from 10am to noon. We meet in the garden and go from there.
Drop in classes are $20.00 or $120* for the full series, once a month for 9 sessions. Kids are free to attend.
*includes your participation in our community garden project that meets throughout the year every week if you care to partake.
March 10th: Irrigation for your yard and landscape
April 14th: Planting those summer vegetables
May 12th: Pests and weeds, beneficial and edible
June 9th: Composting
July 14th: Neighborhood landscape walk
August 11th: Planting your fall vegetable garden
Sept 8th: Fall gardens, trees, shrubs, perennials
Oct 13th: Seed saving, harvesting, storing, sharing
Eric Garretson has been farming and landscaping in Washington State and New Mexico for most of his life except when he is on
the beach or in the mountains somewhere.
If he has a philosophy it is adapting to the climate and soils of what ever region he is living while using local knowledge, plant and human, to help him better understand what the heck is happening out there. And to realize that most wisdom is gained by listening.
Please join him in these classes to share the bounty of this place we call home.