The saying goes, “luck favors the prepared” and for farmers this could not be truer, which is why we need to prepare for the growing season now! Growing your own food is incredibly rewarding, but for all levels of growers the planning stages can often be overwhelming.
In this hands-on workshop, Art Kirstein, Coordinator of Agricultural Economic Development will teach you how to successfully grow your own vegetables, with a focus on establishing and managing small vegetable projects. Tips on site preparation, seedling establishment, planting, maintenance and harvesting will be covered.
Saturday, June 15th, 2019 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Participants should bring their own lunch, there will be a break. There will not be time to go off-site for food.
Cost: Members: $10; Non-Members: $15
Location: Exhibit Hall
Online registration closes June 14th.
Class, Workshop, and Lecture Policies
All classes, workshops, and some special programs require pre-registration. Please plan ahead as walk-ins are not accepted.
Fees cannot be transferred or prorated. Refunds (less a 20% service fee) will be made for cancellations received seven days prior to classes and workshops. No refunds will be given for missed classes.
Classes are not interchangeable. Classes may be cancelled if minimum enrollment is not reached. The Garden reserves the right to cancel a program for any reason. If the program is cancelled by the Garden, the total tuition will be refunded.