F18A22 Transforming Your Yard into a Food Paradise
Beginner and experienced growers are invited to join this course, exploring the richness of local late-summer food gardens. Topics will include garden design, soil maintenance, water conservation, companion planting, pest-control/organic growing, and fruit-growing as landscaping. Learning to grow food enriches health and relationships, and just as importantly, reclaims valuable life skills that preserve the environment for future generations.
Instructor: Donna Armstrong was a professor of epidemiology and public health for 16 years, with a focus on community and environmental sustainability, which included community gardening and food growing.
Suggested Reading: Square Foot Gardening, A New Way to Garden in Less Space with Less Work, by Mel Bartholomew, published by Rodale.
There are no scheduled sessions at this time. Sign up to be notified when this course is available.