in.gredients

in.gredients Big Dig – Water Conscious Gardening Workshop

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Overview

Join us for a special event led by Paige Hill of Urban Patchwork Neighborhood Farms and Lauren Welker of in.gredients as we learn by installing two different water-conscious methods of gardening.

In this detailed one-day workshop you’ll:

  • Review the hügelkultur and wicking bed gardening methods
  • Install a hügelkultur garden
  • Build and install wicking beds
  • Receive tips for a successful, happy garden

The Perks

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What you leave with…
Workshop participants receive a project summary that includes a materials list for hügelkultur and wicking beds and a list of recommended vegetables to grow this season*, and a voucher to receive a bushel of fresh vegetables from Urban Patchwork Neighborhood farms when the in.gredients farm stand opens.

Details

Date: Saturday, April 14th, 2012
Time: 8AM – 4PM
Location: 2610 Manor Road, 78722
Cost: Donation-based – Refreshments, take home project summary, and voucher for a bushel of vegetables to be redeemed from Urban Patchwork Neighborhood Farms when the in.gredients farmstand opens!

Sign me up!

Click HERE to sign-up. We look forward to seeing you on the 14th!

*In order to reduce paper waste, please indicate in the comments field of the sign-up page if you wish to have a printed copy of the project summary and materials list. Otherwise, an electronic copy will be sent via email following the event.

2 Responses

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  1. It seems like every time you turn your head there’s another water scare or an expose on contamination. Water purification devices are now essential and I want to share with you some vital information to help you choose the right system for you.

    Gardening and Plants

    April 6, 2012 at 7:27 pm

  2. For much of the country, spring is the busiest time of year in the garden. The to-do list can be long and daunting: post-winter cleanup, fertilizing, planting, etc. Organizing your chores and planning your time wisely will keep you from becoming a stressed-out gardener. Here are some tips.`

    Eugenio Weichel

    March 27, 2013 at 10:00 am


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