Example of companion planting (marigolds and tomatoes). Photo by Marie Colman
Gardening in a Changing Climate - final two classes in series.
Learn how to create, cultivate and enjoy a home garden through the lens of a changing climate. With more extreme temperatures, UV rays, and unpredictable water on the way, set up your garden for success by learning about soil management, choosing the right plants, and making other productive decisions. Regardless of the size of your garden, you'll learn how to be more self-sufficient, conserve water and energy, and build community with your fellow gardeners. Students will work on shaping and re-designing their own growing spaces. See your yard in a whole new light!
$40/class. Register here:
3/14 Class 4: Guilds, Companion Planting
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