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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.

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